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We may all want to while away the hours prancing from one sample sale to the next, or loading our virtual shopping carts with an entire season’s worth of new duds. Of course, real life (and even realer bank accounts) get in the way. The Goods, our new curated daily feature, delivers one stand-out steal hand-selected for your quick and easy shopping pleasure. Today’s find: a SKU Jewelry infinity ring with endless possibility.
Ditch the Coronas and skip the ill-thought-out sombreros and ponchos this Cinco de Mayo. Instead, support Mexican designer Daniel Espinosa whose line has decked out stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Halle Berry. Get festive with Espinosa’s eye-catching pieces — we’ve got the lookbook right here.
As far as we’re concerned, half of the romance of The Great Gatsby is in the read: drinking in the words of F. Scott Fitzgerald with a well-worn copy of the book planted firmly in our laps. Don’t get us wrong: we’ll be making a beeline for the theater next month to take in Baz Luhrmann‘s visual extravaganza with the rest of you, but we’ll probably be doing so with a bite of nostalgia for its literary counterpart. So to tip our hats to the bound tome, we’ve paired images of some of our favorite cover designs from throughout the years with one the other things we love most about Gatsby: the jewelry.
Nicola Formichetti debuted his jewelry collaboration with Alexis Bittar this afternoon in Paris at the Mugler fall 2013 show, and we’ve got a preview right here.
We may not have any occasions coming up in our calendars that demand couture gowns, but after last night’s Academy Awards red carpet, we’re feeling inspired to add a little extra sparkle to our evening looks with some glittering bijoux.
We love mixing it up in the jewelry department, and rose gold has officially make its way into our daily rotation. The soft hue is easier to pull off that we’d imagined — it’s warmer than than gold or silver, but equally stunning, and flatters every skin tone. But the best part about our fave rose gold styles are the prices — you can spend as little as $30 or as much as $300. Whatever your budget, we’ve picked out beautiful bijoux for everyone.
If you haven’t heard yet, Anne Hathaway is gettin’ hitched this weekend (stay tuned for coverage!), so in the spirit of celebrity weddings, we’ve compiled a round up of some of the most
ridiculous insanely huge and expensive engagement rings in recent memory.
As much as we love our vintage baubles, we’ve totally jumped onto the neon jewelry bandwagon. We can’t get enough of the blindingly fun pieces that can make an outfit look fresh, and garner everyone’s attention in a room. Best of all, these babies are available at every price point! From cheap thrills starting at $10 to straight-from-the-runway wares that cost a paycheck or two, we’ve found the perfect neon pieces for every budget.
This is some serious ice to cool you down during the dog days of summer, if you happen to have two grand stuffed under your mattress.
We have a weakness for jewelry here, and these earrings are some serious wearable art.
If one thing is certain, it’s that Karl Lagerfeld loves over-the-top extravagance — just ask the two maids that serve his kitten, Choupette. So it should come as no surprise that when the Kaiser creates something as special as a one-of-a-kind variation on his signature collar, he does it big.
You’re probably well aware of our jewelry obsession — statement necklaces, bold earrings, and an arm full of bracelets are part of our daily uniform. We’re always looking to add to our arm candy collection, which is why we’ve rounded up 15 of our current faves.
Today’s ad from Zales (which is actually part of a far less offensive series) reminds me of a New Year’s resolution we’d love for us to all make: To retire the “Women Are Frigid Unless You Buy Them Jewelry And Get Them Sauced” myth. Kinda drains the romance out of the whole gift-giving gesture.
We don’t write about fine jewelry much on Styleite, mainly because we can’t afford it. And while we love window shopping as much as the next person, there’s something about fancy-jewelry-we-can’t-afford that just kinda makes us sad. Enter Plukka.
Who says only women should wear pearls? One company is trying to change the perception that the fancy little globules of oyster spit aren’t just meant for the ladies by making and marketing pearl jewelry for men.
Wondering when all that money from the Prada IPO was gonna start trickling into the company’s long term operational plan? Turns out the answer is right in time for Christmas! That’s when the heavily leveraged Italian fashion house will unveil its newest product category: jewelry.
Ever wanted to own a piece of jewelry that Iris Apfel has worn? Well, if you’ve got the scratch, now you can!
A lot of people have said a lot of mean things about Kim Kardashian, but we don’t think anyone had ever called her a thief until jewelry designer Alexis Bittar accused her of copying his designs for her own line of baubles, Belle Noel.
Confidentiality agreements suck, but they are sort of legally binding. That’s why actor/model/fashion commentator/designer/singer Kelly Osbourne can’t talk about the jewelry collection she’s working on. So we’re going to talk about it for her.