Megan, 37, wore the 18kt lad created diamond earrings to visit the London office of Smart Works, The Felicity Drop Earring by KIMAI
Lab-Grown Diamonds-Hot Trends
As lab-grown diamonds become mainstream, more celebrities are starting to wear the trending jewels on the red carpet—many of whom are eco-friendly activists and human rights advocates. Below, see the stars who've worn lab-grown diamonds, including engagement rings.
Spanish actress Penélope Cruz is one of the names that Atelier Swarovski has worked with in creating laboratory-grown diamond jewels. The diamonds are three carats each and are the largest so far to be seen on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival.
Perhaps one of the most vocal advocates for lab-grown diamonds, actress Penelope Cruz joined with Swarovski to create a collection of laboratory grown diamond jewels which she debuted at the 71st Cannes Film Festival. "To think that I am making something responsible, beautiful and empowering for women to wear is very emotional for me," Said Penelope. Her collection includes a variety of necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. In addition to lab-grown diamonds.
Lady Gaga attended the London premiere of A Star is Born in September 2018, she stepped onto the red carpet in a Victorian-inspired Alexander McQueen gown. She also wore a pair of ethically-sourced cluster earrings from London-based jewellry designer Anabela Chan. Each Constellation Pearl Earring is made with three freshwater pearls and nine brilliant-cut lab-grown diamonds.
While he will not be wearing laboratory-grown diamonds, Leonardo DiCaprio has become one of the biggest investors in the lab-created diamond industry. After starring in the film Blood Diamond in 2006, a fictional thriller about the dangers of the diamond mining industry, DiCaprio became a vocal advocate for ethically sourced stones. In 2015, he invested in Diamond Foundry Inc., a San Francisco-based company that uses solar technology to produce lab-grown diamonds.