People Staff
April 08, 2002 12:00 PM

Oprah Winfrey looked like a billion dollars (her estimated net worth) in a diamond necklace from her personal collection.

Unable to unfasten her 54-carat, $10 million Martin Katz necklace, Heidi Klum slept in it. Jewelry reps retrieved it the next day.

Ian McKellen was given his green stone pendant in New Zealand while filming The Lord of the Rings.

Actress Neve Campbell accessorized her fiery Alberta Ferretti gown with some ultracool ice: a $73,000 H. Stern 18-carat diamond-cluster necklace.

Actress Nastassja Kinski opted for Old World charm with a coordinated 19th-century set: necklace, earrings and dinner ring all made of gold, diamonds and semiprecious light-green peridots.

Angie Harmon took the dangly-earring trend to new lengths with H. Stern’s empress chandelier diamond-and-aqua-marine dazzlers.

Mulholland Drive’s Laura Harring wore Alfredo Molina’s 76-carat, $27 million diamond necklace and Stuart Weitzman diamond-encrusted, $1 million shoes.

Whoopi Goldberg adorned herself with a 25-carat pink sapphire ring and a Ronald Winston necklace containing a 50-carat black diamond.

Jane Seymour’s handmade 52-carat diamond collar was created by Stefan Hafner.

Kathy Bates wore a necklace made especially for her by Dominique Cohen.

Daisy Fuentes’s southwest-inspired sterling-silver-and-turquoise necklace was from an L.A. jewelry boutique.

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