Mila Kunis steps out in Nam Cho for Gemfields earrings at the Toronto Film Festival

Actress Mila Kunis shone on the red carpet last night at the Toronto International Film Festival wearing a pair of Nam Cho for Gemfields emerald earrings.


Last night, actress Mila Kunis walked the red carpet wearing a pair of Nam Cho for Gemfields emerald earrings.

Attending the premiere of her latest film, the rom-com 'Third Person', also starring James Franco, Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde, Kunis accessorised her white crochet Burberry Prorsum dress with Nam Cho emerald earrings featuring Zambian emeralds from ethical gemstone producer Gemfields.

An ambassador for the coloured gemstone specialist, it's not the first time Kunis has been spotted wearing Gemfields jewels this year. The Ukranian-born actress wore a pair of Gemfields Mozambican ruby studs to the premiere of 'Oz the Great and Powerful' in Moscow and was later spotted flashing an Alexandre Mor for Gemfields Zambian emerald ring and Dominic Jones for Gemfields Zambian emerald earrings at the film's premiere in London. 

At the beginning of this year, Gemfields launched one of the most ambitious fine jewellery collaborations the world has ever seen, with the intention of changing the way consumers perceive coloured gemstones. Among the 36 leading international designers chosen to create an exclusive range of one-off jewels for Gemfields were Shaun Leane, Theo Fennell and Stephen Webster, as well as Nam Cho.

As the world's leading producer of coloured gemstones, Gemfields is committed to ethical production, responsible mining and complete transparency. Specialising in emeralds and amethysts from Zambia as well as rubies from Mozambique, Gemfields can trace the origin of each stone it sells, from mine to market.

The Nam Cho for Gemfields earrings worn by Mila Kunis are available to buy at Fragments.

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