De Beers, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Stephen Webster set London ablaze again at the Brit Awards 2012.

Adele, Lana Del Ray, Jessie J, and Nicole Scherzinger and the jewels of this years BRIT Awards.

Van Cleef Arpels Adele BRITs 2012

London was once again ablaze with musical talent from around the world for this year's BRIT Awards, and following in the footsteps of her mighty Grammy wins, Adele came home in style picking up "Best British Female Solo Artist" and "Album of the year" in an array of dazzling jewels.

Still glowing from her recent time off, Adele wore Van Cleef & Arpels Manhattan Flowers earrings in moon stones, onyx and diamonds. But the rest of Adele was all about De Beers, a 10.57 carats Trilliant diamonds Solitaire ring from De Beers Diamond Jewellers and two Eternity bands stacked together complimented her look on the red carpet. For her powerful performance of "Rolling in the Deep", she wore stunning Aura Clusters earrings totaling 20.67 carats.

De Beers also found their way to add a breathtaking sparkle to the already exquisite "Best International Breakthrough" winner Lana Del Ray; she wore a De Beers Classic Solitaire Ring with a 4.05ct central diamond set in platinum, a white gold Paris Prong Line bracelet with 56 diamonds, and Aura Studs with another 56 diamonds set in platinum.

Adele's BRIT School alumni Jessie J was in attendance and as delectable as ever wearing Stephen Webster's yellow gold-plated and silver sterling statement cocktail ring with Red Garnet Crystal haze from Webster's Rapture collection. Stephen Webster also showed how recent X-Factor USA evictee Nicole Scherzinger was still very much a fashion force to be reckoned with, wearing Classic 3D Hoop Earrings in Yellow Gold with White Diamonds together with a selection of cocktail rings from the designers Superstud, Murder She Wrote and Jewels Verne collections.

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