Martin Katz Ltd., a fine jewelry brand established in Los Angeles, was founded in 1988 after Katz himself became known for designing and creating the most coveted jewels in the world. Renown for being the first independent jeweler to adorn Hollywood screen stars with magnificent jewels for high-profile events such as the Academy Awards, Martin Katz has since gained an international reputation and following among collectors and connoisseurs worldwide. The Martin Katz collection features signature contemporary designs of uncompromising quality and unmistakable craftsmanship. His passion and appreciation for rare, exceptional diamonds and precious stones crafted into designs with a “youthful” attitude are hallmarks of his expertise and sophistication. Martin Katz jewels are available exclusively at his Beverly Hills salon on Brighton Way and Bergdorf Goodman in New York.
Throughout the years, Katz’s creations have adorned A-list celebrities such as Jessica Biel who wore his earrings at her wedding to Justin Timberlake; but also Nicole Kidman, Sharon Stone, Kim Kardashian, Barbra Streisand, Ashley Judd, Jodie Foster, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Annette Bening, Johnny Depp, Mark Wahlberg, Colin Firth, and the list goes on.
Celebrities like Kelly Rohrbach, Salma Hayek, Carey Mulligan, Zoe Saldana, Andy Samberg, Emma Roberts and Jessica Lange wore Martin Katz jewelry for red carpet events recently. Model Kelly Rohrbach was spotted wearing Martin Katz jewelry while attending the LACMA Film and Art Gala in Los Angeles with her date Leonardo DiCaprio this Saturday night, November 7th. Kelly looked stunning wearing 4 karat diamond drop earrings in 18 karat white gold and micro set with 128 diamonds. The earrings are designed by Martin Katz and they are available at his Beverly Hills boutique.
Actress Salma Hayek wore Martin Katz jewelry while attending the same event — LACMA Film and Art Gala in Los Angeles hosted by Gucci on Saturday night. Salma looked stunning in pink, while perfectly accessorized with pear shape diamond dangle earrings set in 18 karat white gold. She paired her earrings with a cushion vivid orange-red ring, an oval natural red ruby and diamond ring, and a red diamond bangle bracelet.
Actress Carey Mulligan wore Martin Katz jewelry while being honored at the 22nd Annual Elle Women in Hollywood event in Los Angeles on October 19th. Carey kept it simple wearing 18 karat white gold round brilliant Toby stud diamond earrings and an assortment of Martin’s signature micro band rings.
Presenter Zoe Saldana sparkled in the double floating micro pave square Deborah earrings with black and white diamonds at the same event. She paired her earrings with black and cognac diamond bangles and a chain link diamond band ring. All pieces are set in 18 karat white gold.
Celebrities like Andy Samberg, Emma Roberts and Jessica Lange wore Martin Katz jewelry at the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards event in Los Angeles on September 20th. The host, actor Andy Samberg, wore black onyx and checkerboard cufflinks in 18 karat white gold with black ruthenium during his opening monologue.
Actress Emma Roberts wore Martin Katz jewelry while presenting at the same event. Emma wore round diamond Toby stud earrings, micro set with 94 diamonds; a platinum diamond bracelet; a necklace set in 18 karat white gold, micro set with 1,740 diamonds; and 2 diamond micro band rings.
Nominee for Best Actress in a Limited Series of Movie category, Jessica Lange, wore blue sapphire earrings set in 18 karat white gold with 2 round brilliant diamonds and micro set with 240 diamonds and 168 sapphires. She paired her earrings with an oval blue sapphire ring set in 18 karat white gold with 2 half-moon diamonds.
Actress Nina Dobrev wore Martin Katz jewelry while presenting at the 2015 Creative Emmy Awards this past September. Nina wore the pear shaped diamond cluster earrings and a 3-stone Marquise diamond ring, both pieces set in platinum. Actress and model Lydia Hearst looked glamorous wearing the diamond and ruby tassel earrings in 18 karat white gold at the same event.