Gabrielle Union, Angela Bassett, Uzo Aduba ‘bling’ at 2015 NAACP Image Awards

Actresses Gabrielle Union, Angela Bassett and Uzo Aduba were stunning on the red carpet at the 46th NAACP Image Awards presented by TV One at Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Feb. 6, 2015 in Pasadena, California. Aside from Union and Bassett’s svelte physique and Aduba’s toned guns, the key was their jewelry choices.

Find out who they wore.

Gabrielle Union

Looking beautiful and bronze in a soft pink cut-out dress, Gabrielle Union wore Harry Kotlar diamond earrings.

Angela Bassett

Wearing a black-and-gold beaded gown with a plunging neckline, Angela Bassett wore Karine Sultan cuff bracelets, a Suzanne Kalan ring and Amrapali earrings

Harry Kotlar:

Harry Kotlar is recognized as the premier source for the highest quality diamonds, its hallmark design – Artisan Pave and “the world’s most brilliant Cushion Cut diamond” – Kotlar Cushion. Spanning six decades of beauty, art and perfection, Harry Kotlar’s designs evoke old-world artistry with modern sophistication, creating stunning diamond rings, bands, earrings, bracelets and necklaces that celebrate individuals’ story eternally. For more information, visit 


Amrapali is one of the premier luxury jewelry brands internationally renowned for its beautiful and modern interpretations of the best classical jewelry from India. Amrapali creations have a rich heritage and is ever mindful of tradition with a passion and vision for re-introducing long forgotten Indian jewelry designs and techniques to the world. The result of their efforts is evident. From simple beginnings, Amrapali now employs more than 2,000 skilled artisans, is a favorite of nobility, has been worn by some of Hollywood’s biggest starlets, as well as is a brand often seen on the fashion runway. For more information, visit

Karine Sultan:

Designer and esteemed French artist Karine Sultan has been a moving force in Parisian jewelry fashions for over 20 years. Specializing in creative jewelry fashions at affordable prices, Karine presents two original collections a year where each piece of jewelry is a work of art, exuding mystery while exhibiting pride of craftsmanship. All products are made out of pewter, dipped in 24 carat gold, rose gold and sterling silver. Some items are also garnished with colored rhinestones and pearls. All products are nickel and lead free therefore hypoallergenic. For more information, please visit

Suzanne Kalan:

Suzanne Kalan turned her passion into a reality in 1988 after her daughter was born when she launched her jewelry line. Almost 25 years later, her daughter Patile designed the KALAN by Suzanne Kalan collection. Set in 14k gold, the collection represents a modern twist to the basic design; affordable fine jewelry that is at once “hip and traditional”, with a natural elegance all their own.

Kalan uses an array of hand-picked semi-precious stones with accents of diamonds and sapphires to combine color with designs that are both modern and classic. For more information, please visit

Uzo Aduba

Looking lovely in rose pink, Uzo Aduba wore a Carla Amorim ring and Carla Amorim earrings. 

Carla Amorim:

Brazilian jewelry designer, Carla Amorim, created her brand in 1992. Carla’s collection has four major influences from her native Brazil — architecture, faith, nature and Brazilian culture. Her work is contemporary, fresh, feminine and delicate. She makes excellent use of the remarkable variety of Brazilian stones that furnish her work with radiance and color. All her pieces use 18 carat gold, mostly matte in yellow, white, rose and black.

Carla Amorim jewelry is available in her seven freestanding stores in Brazil and also in the most prestigious store across the world. Lane Crawford in Hong Kong, Tsum in Moscow, Rustan’s in Phillipines, Neiman Marcus in United States, Mappim & Webb in UK…amongst others. For more information, please visit

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