Jewelry News Archive
Now this is more like it!
This time, at the opening night after-party of the play in New York last night, the actress gave us an honest-to-goodness look at the piece of bling, and we have to say…Adam did good!!!
That is one sparkly, elegant, and sizable piece of finger candy! We also love the delicate diamond wedding band!
Flawless from ombre hair to manicured toe!
[Image via Joseph Marzullo/WENN.]
Katy Perry's Prism Collection For Claire's Is A Teenage Dream Come True! Preview The Awesome Accessories HERE!
The wait is finally over!!
And even though the new line doesn’t launch until May, we have a first sneak-peek of what the Prism Collection looks like — and it’s all sorts of fabulous!
Miz Perry has co-designed a selection of sparkly, shiny, shimmery pieces of jewelry and tchotchkes that are sure to dazzle all who witness them. The best part? As we mentioned before, each piece is inspired by her hit songs and albums!
There’s a Roaring tiger necklace, Prism shaped earrings, and much much more.
Scope out the goodies in advance (below)!
The power of Marilyn Monroe, y'all!
Decades after her untimely death, the actress' mystique continues to draw people in. It works so well, in fact, that some people are willing to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a pair of rhinestone earrings that she once wore.
Rhinestone! NOT diamond! Not even a sapphire or ruby!
At a recent two-day auction of Hollywood memorabilia at Julien's Beverly Hills gallery, a pair of rhinestone drop earrings that Marilyn wore to the premiere of The Rose Tattoo in 1955 sold for a whopping $185,000 to a foreign collector.
Dayum!!! Those have got to be the most expensive rhinestones ever!
Other items that sold included a lighter once used by Humphrey Bogart that went for $19,200, and a Pontiac Firebird owned by David Hasselhoff that went for $152,600.
The car was still cheaper than the earrings! Cray!!!
As if we needed any more proof of his greatness!
Cuz when there's lady love on the line, specifically Amber Heard's, our flavorful Cap'n Jack goes above and beyond the call of duty!
Last week, we learned why he's been seen with a female engagement ring (by typical gender definitions) on his own left hand — it was meant for her, but it's just too big!
Not being one to waste, Depperz went ahead and made the best of it.
But now we've come to understand even more of the whole situation! Did you know that Johnny actually had
Katie Holmes, Jessica Biel & Kate Bosworth Put On The Sparkle & Shimmer At Tiffany's Blue Book Event!
What a dazzling trio!!
Katie Holmes, Jessica Biel, and Kate Bosworth were dripping in Tiffany & Co. diamonds as they arrived at the jeweler’s debut of their 2014 Blue Book in NYC on Thursday. But those brilliant rocks weren’t the only aspects about their looks to be coveted!
Normally we don’t associate velvet with spring, but the fuchsia pout made it work!
Kate also went for a bright lip with her pastel pink Kate Ermilio gown, though we felt the colors clashed. Such a shame, too, since she was rockin' such an elegant look with her Old Hollywood waves and Rauwolf clutch!
They all opted for contrasting ensems, but the one thing they had in common: their love for diamonds!
[Image via Getty Images.]
What?? Why? How?? Huh???
Want to feel as confused as we do? Then read on, Perezcious reader! Read on.
A 23-year-old woman decided to go shopping at H&M in New York this week — at the 515 Broadway location to be exact. For some unimaginable reason, she found it necessary to take off her custom-made $10,000 engagement ring to try on clothes in the dressing room.
Can you guess what happens next?
She left the very cumbersome stone in the dressing room, exited the store, realized her mistake, then rushed back in an attempt to recover her misplaced piece of jewelry that, in all reality, should’ve never left her finger to begin with.
When she returned, the expensive ring was gone. Shocker!
Police say two women were seen
But maybe the negative press surrounding this issue actually did some good!
The internet was recently outraged to discover that a pro-anorexia website, My Pro Ana, was selling a "Pro Ana Red Weave Bracelet" that encouraged the life-threatening eating disorder.
The description next to the bracelet read:
"Traditionally a red beaded bracelet, the pro ana bracelet is worn as a reminder of staying true to your diet, and also to meet other Ana’s."
Basically, it was very apparent that the site was capitalizing off of a serious illness!
But shortly after attention was brought to the controversial jewelry, the bracelet's description was