What are mesh danglers? Celeb jewelry designer Lorraine Schwartz has all the details


The queen of luxury contemporary bling, Lorraine Schwartz is famous for creating the most relevant jewellery trends. One of her most consistent hits is mesh-inspired diamond jewellery. From Beyonce to Rita Ora to Deepika Padukone, everyone important has worn Lorraine’s mesh danglers at major events. To put it simply, her mesh jewellery is designed to be light, breezy and resemble the texture of a mesh-style or net-like piece. Usually made with well-cut gemstones, Lorraine tends to experiment with the silhouette of the pieces, but they are always intended to be lightweight danglers which won’t weigh down your ears for hours. Let’s dig a little deeper

Beyonce knows it

Beyonce famously wore an elaborate Lorraine Schwartz handkerchief-style mesh dangler, even before it was cool. The heavily embellished piece is made of pure uncut diamonds on a platinum base. Lorraine has made super long danglers wearable again, as they are impressively light, and you can wear them for several hours.

Black’s always best

At the 2019 Vanity Fair party, Rita Ora went for a gothic pair of all-black mesh danglers. The one-of-a-kind piece is made up entirely of 18K black diamonds, and has a white gold base. We love the knot style detail, which makes it look so chic and fierce as a statement piece.

It’s all about the cut

The long danglers obviously give Lorraine a chance to play with the silhouette of the danglers. This pair of chandelier earrings, for instance, has an asymmetrical cut. They are made up entirely of 18.52 carats of rose cut diamonds on a white gold base. It’s fresh, and yet has a classical spin.

Deepika loves it too

For the unveiling of her statue at Madame Tussaud’s Deepika Padukone chose to wear a pair of signature waterfall-style mesh danglers with a plain white pantsuit. The earrings are made of well-cut diamonds and are not very long, which helps Deepika with her understated vibe.


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