Sarah Paulson wears Mateo earrings for ‘Black Is Brilliant’ with RAD and De Beers Group at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards 2021

The De Beers group has joined forces with RAD (Red Carpet Advocacy), taking RAD’s established, goal-oriented approach of bringing together talents and brands to use their platforms to advocate at global events to promote social progress and positive changes in culture.

The De Beers Group is deeply committed to creating a positive and lasting impact that will last well beyond the discovery of its last diamond.

Mateo earrings created for Sarah paulson be inspired by modern art. Mateo says: “The statement earrings were inspired by the works of painter Wassily Kandinsky. I particularly love the piece called ‘Floating’. Shiny and round ovals Botswana the diamonds were set in 18k gold to give the impression of floating in the ear. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. “

Sarah paulson and his stylist, Karla Welch, have chosen charities a girl can and African women stand up to benefit from the philanthropic impact of this campaign thanks to donations from the De Beers Group. a girl can empowers girls in Kenya through scholarships and mentoring to break the cycle of poverty and contribute to gender equality. African women stand up empowers women after the war by providing technical skills and support for success through education, agriculture and microfinance training.

Mateo is a Jamaican-born jewelry designer with a brand based in New York City. Mateo is a self-taught designer known for his aesthetic of simplicity and minimalism, who aims to create modern art for the modern woman. Mateo was selected by the Smithsonian Museum to be presented and sold to the African American Museum of Art and Culture in Washington DC in 2016, and the Hirshhorn Museum of Contemporary Art in 2017. The brand was a CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund finalist in 2017.

#BlackisBrilliant brings together exceptional black designers and leading stylists to collaboratively create exquisite jewelry made exclusively from ethically and sustainably sourced diamonds from Botswana provided by De Beers Group. Custom designs will debut on the world’s most esteemed red carpets, giving designers deserved visibility and showcasing the power of black designers while making an impact through donations made by the De Beers Group to charities that promote black excellence. The story of each collaboration will debut on social media as additional plea for each designer in sharing their personal stories and travels, legacy and inspirations with the world.

SOURCE De Beers Group

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