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Our favorite diamond necklaces that will have you making a grand entrance at your next event.
Stackable Rings are here to stay! It’s a simple way to express your unique style and elevate your outfit. The best part is – there are no rules. The possibilities are truly infinite. You can stack as many or as few as you prefer, mix metals or match them, combine colors and shapes or get creative with to combine with existing jewelry to create a look that’s uniquely you.
ou might have a few diamond essentials—studs, a solitaire necklace and a tennis bracelet already in your jewelry rotation but here are five easy pieces that can work well with what you own or act as great starting points if you are just building your diamond collection. All are on trend while still maintaining an air of enduring timelessness.
More than merely beautiful, three stone engagement rings are rich with symbolism and personal significance. The three stones traditionally represent the past, present and future of a relationship, but can also be interpreted to stand for friendship, love and fidelity or even take on religious significance. For those looking for a ring with deeper meaning, a…
he very first commissioned diamond engagement ring in recorded history was by Austrian Archduke Maximilian for Mary of Burgundy in 1477. The ring was made of gold and set with diamonds that formed her initial ‘M’. He had made a statement and by early next century diamonds became a symbol of commitment among the European aristocracy.
The reason why we chose Dennis Basso as our Designer Spotlight this December is because Basso doesn’t care about bending to slouching trends. He still believes in dressing to make an entrance, that turning heads in your direction is too much of a rush to ever be considered old-fashioned, while insisting that the seductive and uplifting resonance of glamour is as powerful today as ever. Basso claims in his unmistakably gravelly, sonorously bass voice “After thirty-five years in this business, I can say with no apology, that every woman I’ve ever met wants to look pretty. What’s wrong with that, especially since every woman can achieve it, because as the great Vogue editor Diana Vreeland once said, you don’t have to be beautiful to be ravishing.”