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Filmmaker Baz Luhrmann is known to keep all the details of his films secret until their release, but jeweler Stefano Canturi has some insider information.

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COLOR ME HAPPY: Like most, jeweler Sharon Khazzam has been affected by the economic crisis, but she’s not letting it get her down. The designer, known for her exuberant use of color, is taking it one step farther. On Thursday evening, Khazzam, who sells exclusively to Barneys New York, held a private event at the Madison Avenue flagship to introduce Sharon Khazzam’s Rare Collection, a line of superluxe diamond pieces that retail from $50,000 into the millions. She brought a range of loose, rare-colored diamonds, including a 72-carat yellow diamond briolette, a pair of fancy vivid yellow ovals at seven carats each and a 1.5 carat dark gray-violet pear shape. “My soul is colored,” chimed Khazzam. “Even though I wake up on a gray day, I put something red or orange on. It changes my mood.” The average price for the designer’s signature jewelry line is $30,000.
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