It was back to black (hair, that is!) for songbird Katy Perry as she was spotted attending Carole King’s Music Celebration and Benefit for Paul Newman’s The Painted Turtle Camp just a few days ago.
Carole King and Katy Perry attend a celebration of Carole King and her music to benefit Paul Newman’s ‘The Painted Turtle Camp’ held at Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, United States (Credit: Adriana M. Barraza / WENN)
The American recording artist, businesswoman, philanthropist, and actress looked ravishing while showing off some leg in an emerald green Yves Saint Laurent dress and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.
Katy Perry wears Amrapali’s Victorian diamond necklace (Credit: Adriana M. Barraza / WENN)
While the 28-year-old singer looked fabulous in her emerald dress, what really got my vote was the beautiful Amrapali necklace she was wearing.
It clearly matched her dress and gave off that sophisticated vibe that would have been lacking had she not worn that piece, don’t you agree?
Carole King and Katy Perry attend the Carole King Music Celebration benefiting Paul Newman‘s The Painted Turtle Camp, which offers thousands of children with serious medical conditions hope and encouragement through its Summer and Family Weekend camps (Credit: Adriana M. Barraza / WENN)
Jewelry designers Rajesh Ajmera and Rajiv Arora of the luxury brand Amrapali crafted Katy’s necklace. Their designs, infused with Indian culture and modern elegance, are luxurious, elegant, and exquisite.
Amrapali has yet to cater and sell its pieces online, but according to its website, an online store will be launched soon! So, while we’re waiting for the online launch, I’ve gathered a few pieces similar to what Katy wore:
Lucky Brand Openwork Collar Necklace, $55
Givenchy ‘Femme – Kelly’ Crystal Collar Necklace, $250
Kate Spade New York Bright Spot Collar Necklace, $194.60