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Vera Wang may have missed the U.S. Olympic team, but she’s still being inducted into the U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame.

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THE GARDEN GROWS: Van Cleef & Arpels held what Emmanuel Perrin, the brand’s chief executive officer for North America, described as a “black-tie picnic” Monday at the Montage Beverly Hills hotel. The event introduced the company’s latest high jewelry collection, Les Jardins, to 150 clients and stylists, including Tanya Gill and Lisa Marie Boyd. Decorations at the greenery-laden event were patterned after four types of gardens — English, French, Italian and Zen — that the 100-piece collection, priced from $30,000 to $3 million, evokes. But Perrin had more to celebrate than just the new collection. He was giddy after Anne Hathaway, Eva Mendes, January Jones and Olivia Wilde wore Van Cleef & Arpels pieces to the Golden Globes. “I am very happy, especially since we never pay celebrities to wear our jewelry,” effused Perrin. And nearly the best part was that all of the jewelry made it off the red carpet and back to Van Cleef & Arpels safe and sound by Tuesday.

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