Lorraine Schwartz

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Lorraine E. Schwartz
Nationality United States
Known for Jewelry designer
Notable work Diamond and gold jewelry

Lorraine Schwartz is an American bespoke high jewellery designer. She has designed jewelleries for a host of famous female celebrities including Beyoncé, Blake Lively and Kim Kardashian. In 2009, Angelina Jolie showed up at the Oscars wearing a pair of emerald earrings designed by Lorraine Schwartz which cost $2.5 million dollars.


Schwartz states that in 2002 Halle Berry wore her jewellery on the red carpet."[1][2] Since, she has designed for celebrities such as Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé Knowles,[3] Jennifer Lopez and Cate Blanchett.[4][5] For ESPN The Magazine, she made a "30-carat, diamond-and-ruby logo" for their 10th anniversary baseball caps.[6] She was also involved in the "Art for Life" gala in 2007, which was led by Russell Simmons and his ex-wife, Kimora Lee Simmons.[7] In the 2006 Beyoncé song, "Upgrade U", Lorraine Schwartz is mentioned.[8] Kim Kardashian wears a 15-carat diamond engagement ring by Schwartz, given to her by her now husband, Kanye West.[9]


In 2009, she created the Shulamit Benjamini Sandberg Medical Research Grant, which supports a physician with $225,000 to last over three years for cancer research. It was created "in honor of her late mother".[10][11]