Lizzo embodies slippery glamor with Lush Lorraine West necklaces and a gold flute
The target : Gorgeous Lizzo blessed the Met Gala red carpet with her presence in a wonderfully dramatic black and gold Thom Browne cape over a black dress. The piece de resistance was the singer’s Lorraine West jewelry and a certain musical accessory.
Jewelry : Lizzo completed her black and gold outfit with dramatic ties from Lorraine West. The piece first appeared to be a wide choker, but designer Lorraine West told JCK Magazine that it was actually 37 individual satin brass cuffs of varying lengths, chosen for visual effect and style. maximum comfort and stacked together.
As if that weren’t enough, Lizzo also carries a truly extraordinary flute made of real gold. Created by John Lunn, the remarkable instrument is known as The Dryad’s Touch and is valued at $55,000. It is plated with genuine 18k and 14k green and yellow gold and is believed to be the only green gold flute in the world.
The singer, who is also a classically trained flautist, received the extraordinary instrument as a birthday present earlier this year (see TikTok reveal here). And yes, she took a break from the red carpet to give a flute performance.
Tendencies: Bold, smooth gold has been trending in rings and chains for a while now and this necklace moment feels like an incredibly cool new development for this trend. If you cut it down to one or two pieces, this choker would be a very chic and understated staple to wear for summer and fall looks.
What do we think? I adore Lizzo and her cheerful, expressive style, but in the past I’ve found some of her jewelry choices to be dull compared to the strength of her overall presence…which is why I’m so thrilled to this!
Finally, Lizzo wears jewelry as cool as she is.
Lizzo’s message is to celebrate you just the way you are, and this lavish stack of gold rings fitted precisely around her neck feels like a fantastic jewelry embodiment of that sentiment.
Judgement: 17/10!!! The Succulent Neck Stack! The Cape! The flute! What more could we ask for?