Getting a celebrity to wear jewelry that you've designed or created is a lofty, yet worthwhile goal. Celebrities are constant trendsetters and the public often copies clothes and accessories they see on these famous people. This is more than just because people blindly copy the trends of celebrities, but because celebrities, with their television shows, films, concerts, and magazine spreads, reach a wide audience. While you can't force a celebrity to wear your jewelry, you can make it more likely that a celebrity would.
Things You'll Need
Contact the Screen Actors Guild and ask for the name and number of the celebrity's agent. Call the agent and ask for the name and number of the specific publicist and PR company that represents this particular celebrity. Explain that you'd like to make an official gift.
Call the publicist and introduce yourself as a designer of high-end jewelry. Explain that you'd like to make a gift of a piece or several pieces of your jewelry to the celebrity. Ask for the address of where to send the jewelry and write it down.
Package your jewelry in high-end boxes that have your logo and insignia on them. The presentation of your jewelry is crucial, as the celebrity is likely to judge it on the packaging first. You can add your business card to the bag, but don't leave a note as it will most likely not be read.
Hire a courier to take the pieces of jewelry in person over to the address given to you by the publicist. Ask the courier to give you confirmation when he has delivered it.
Check online sites that have constantly updated pictures of celebrities at events. For example, websites such as Wire Image or Photorazzi have photo documentation of celebrities at each event. Once you see a picture of a celebrity wearing one of your pieces, you can use it to market your jewelry and advertise your business.