Sophie Turner does it first! The GOT actress is the first celebrity to don Louis Vuitton high jewelry collection - wearing a necklace featuring OVER 900 diamonds to the Emmy Awards

  • Sophie, 23,  wore a custom Louis Vuitton column dress designed by Nicolas Ghesquière to the 71st Annual Emmy Awards
  • She debuted a necklace from the the French label's high jewelry collection that featured over 900 diamonds
  • The Game of Thrones actress is the first celebrity to  wear a piece from the French Label's high jewelry collection

Sophie Turner stunned at last night's 71st Annual Emmy Awards.

The newly married Game of Thrones actress wore a custom Louis Vuitton column dress designed by Nicolas Ghesquière.

And while the blush satin gown was gorgeous, it was her jewelry that stole the show. Sophie debuted a necklace from the French label's high jewelry collection that featured over 900 diamonds.  

Bling: Sophie Turner stunned at last night's 71st Annual Emmy Awards in a Louis Vuitton necklace featuring over 900 diamonds

Bling: Sophie Turner stunned at last night's 71st Annual Emmy Awards in a Louis Vuitton necklace featuring over 900 diamonds

Fit for her: The newly married Game of Thrones actress wore a custom Louis Vuitton column dress designed by Nicolas Ghesquière

Fit for her: The newly married Game of Thrones actress wore a custom Louis Vuitton column dress designed by Nicolas Ghesquière

The one-of-a-kind bauble (dubbed the L'Amure necklace) was made of white gold, 640 diamonds and 305 baguette-cut diamonds, and took over 1,175 hours of work to complete. 

'The design is inspired by medieval armor,' Louis Vuitton’s jewelry designer Francesca Amfitheatrof told Vogue.

'It is a flexible necklace that moves with the body. The round diamonds and custom-cut baguette diamonds accentuate its subtle elegance.

'I wanted to create a modern piece with a surprising design, which breaks with tradition,' she said. 

Along with her wedding ring, she rounded out the ensemble with the L’Armure ring from the 'Riders of The Knights' collection, mimicking the necklace with the same materials: white gold, 64 diamonds, and 25 baguette-cut diamonds. 

The 23-year-old was nominated for 'Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.' 

She did not win the statue, but she was the first celebrity to done a dazzling piece from the LV jewelry line, landing her on the best dressed list.

True to character: 'The design is inspired by medieval armor,' Louis Vuitton’s jewelry designer Francesca Amfitheatrof told Vogue

True to character: 'The design is inspired by medieval armor,' Louis Vuitton’s jewelry designer Francesca Amfitheatrof told Vogue

Head to toe perfect: She rounded out the ensemble with the L’Armure ring from the 'Riders of The Knights' collection, mimicking the necklace with the same materials: white gold, 64 diamonds, and 25 baguette-cut diamonds

Head to toe perfect: She rounded out the ensemble with the L’Armure ring from the 'Riders of The Knights' collection, mimicking the necklace with the same materials: white gold, 64 diamonds, and 25 baguette-cut diamonds

Be the belle of the ball like Sophie in Louis Vuitton

Sophie Turner looked every inch the leading lady as she walked the EMMYs red carpet in Los Angeles this weekend.

The Game of Thrones alumna is an ambassador for Louis Vuitton, so has been wearing pieces from the iconic fashion house at almost all of her recent red carpet events. We love this '90s-inspired pink-hued gown that features a fitted bodice, pleated details and belted waist that provided a structured silhouette. The star complemented the gown with metallic strappy heels and a rhinestone choker necklace. Sophie never disappoints us on the red carpet!

While the exact piece can't be shopped right now, click (right) to shop the current collection at Louis Vuitton. Or why not check out our favourite lookalikes in the carousel below?

* PRICES MAY NOT BE AS ADVERTISED

Sophie Turner dons Louis Vuitton necklace featuring OVER 900 diamonds

The comments below have not been moderated.

The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

We are no longer accepting comments on this article.