Fashion’s biggest night, better known as the Met Gala, would not be complete without the epic diamond moments that tie together the year’s most iconic looks. Of course at the 2021 affair, the legendary diamond houses of Cartier, Tiffany, Bulgari and other red carpet regulars definitely had a presence adorning fashion royalty on the red carpet.
Along with these household names, a lesser-known, third-generation, family-owned, New York-based jewelry store managed to have a brilliant night of its own, with at least four major Met Gala celebrities sporting its diamond jewelry. Roman Malakov, based in the heart of New York’s diamond district, has an eighty-year legacy of handcrafting fine diamond jewelry for clients all over the world. Even with years of history behind them, it can be hard for a family-owned business to stand out among the more well-known jewelry houses, yet that is exactly what Roman Malakov did on Met Gala Monday. Check out Roman Malakov diamond jewelry in action below.
Image Architect Law Roach wore a flawless, 3.5 carat emerald cut diamond pinky ring with a diamond halo.
Chance The Rapper
Law Roach styled Chance the Rapper in 6.08 carats total of flawless round diamond stud earrings, a three-row bracelet of 27 carats , mixed white and Asscher cut yellow and white diamonds and a natural three carat brown diamond signet ring set in yellow gold.
Kirsten Corley Bennett
Kirsten Corley Bennett wore a mix of pear, marquise, heart, cushion and round fancy colored diamond earrings weighing almost 27 carats, and an 8.8 carat cushion cut fancy intense yellow diamond pinky ring with yellow and white round diamonds set in platinum and 18 karat gold.
Singer Kehlani wore 56.88 carats total, including a 36 inch diamond tennis necklace with more than 200 brilliant round diamonds set in 18 karat white gold layered with an additional 43.58 carats in total.
The look also included a 32 inch diamond tennis necklace of 172 brilliant round diamonds, a diamond statement ring with a cluster of round brilliant diamonds weighing 6.73 carats total and a 12.06 carat diamond disco ball ring set in 18 karat white gold completed the look.
With looks like these, diamond jewelry from Roman Malakov is sure to grace red carpets for generations to come!