I’m of the belief that your astrological sign says a lot about your personality. Show me a shy Leo, and I’ll show you one who’s on the cusp of Cancer or has a Pisces rising! Since each of our signs is significant, they’re worth celebrating, and how better to do that than with jewelry?
With jeweled bibs as extravagant as these, the time it takes you to get ready each morning will diminish noticeably. One accessory and your outfit is made!
“Amulette: A small object worn to protect the person wearing it against bad things (such as illness, bad luck, etc.).” I don’t know about you, but that’s more than what any of my other jewels do! First came Love, then came Juste un Clou, and now one of the most iconic luxury maisons has captured me yet again with the release of the Amulette de Cartier.
Nothing screams summer on the Greek Isles louder than gold and turquoise jewels (except for me, when I scream, “gold and turquoise jewels!”). Even if you won’t be retreating to Mykonos over the next few months, and will only be lounging by the backyard pool, you can still look like you’re sunning on a yacht in the French Riviera.
You don’t need to be a classically trained fine artist with a Master’s degree in Contemporary Art to design jewelry, but one look at Aurora Diaz Bailey’s creations and there’s no denying her background certainly helps!
Are you ready for the Met Ball? Miriam Haskell is! The costume jewelry brand has crafted a collection inspired by this year’s theme – designer Charles James, or as Cristobal Balenciaga once called him, “the world’s best and only dressmaker” (What a shift from punk to elegant ball gowns!).
Now that spring has finally arrived and we can enjoy some real life blooms, my son has been in our garden picking them for me everyday (how can I bring myself to tell his beaming little face that they’re planted there for a reason?)! And while nothing beats those flowers, they have inspired me to make even more room for florals in my closet…
For the Lanvin Spring 2014 collection, it was all about hearts and stars, but these are not the petite kinds of hearts and stars you see on so many dainty jewels today. They’re mega oversized (though believe it or not, these are smaller than the pieces that initially went down the Parisian runway!).