The Art Deco era is perhaps one of the most prominent periods in the history of jewellery design. From the early 1920s up until 1940s, Art Deco widely represented the glamour, exuberance & luxury of the era and paved the way for design elements used in jewellery design to this day.
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Miranda Kerr’s newly revealed engagement ring has certainly captured the attention of women around the world.
Mary-Kate Olsen grew to fame at an early age alongside her twin sister, Ashley, as they shared the role of Michelle Tanner in the American sitcom, Full House. Nowadays, she is well-known for her contribution to the fashion industry, co-founding luxury fashion brands and establishing herself as a successful businesswoman and fashion icon.
It’s official. The genre-defining HBO dramedy Sex and the City is back. The show is unabashedly about love, meaning that Sex and the City features its fair share of engagements. While not all of them lasted, this week in order to celebrate the revival’s announcement, we’re looking back on the show-stopping engagement rings that changed each character’s life—for better or for worse. Plus, we’ll share how designs from the show can directly inform your very own Sex and the City-inspired custom engagement ring.
Mariah Carey. Singer, songwriter and universally acknowledged for her love of all things luxurious. So, it was no surprise that her now fiancé, James Packer, chose to propose to her with a 35-carat emerald cut diamond platinum engagement ring, flanked with tapered baguettes.
Your proposal is a moment to remember forever. So whether it’s booking your venue months in advance, or ensuring your other half has a picture-perfect manicure the day before, so she can proudly show off her ring, preparation is key. Here’s our top ten tips on how to make sure your proposal goes off without a hitch…