Patek Philippe looks to answer the needs of discerning women who may want the beauty of time in 24 zones around the world on their wrists. AT Baselworld 2017 next week, the brand releases the Patek Philippe Ref. 7130 ladies’ World Time watch now in stunning blue.
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The newest and coolest pieces of jewelry from Georg Jensen just arrived in stores and it is a breath of fresh air. Interestingly enough, the new Vivianna bangles are inspired by jewelry from the 1960’s and ’70’s. They draw their look from the iconic designs of Torun, who used organic shapes and reflective surfaces. The new
As a watch journalist, I cover all things timepieces for both men and women and this year I am thrilled to say that the watch brands are catering to the ladies. Even better: many of these luxury watches are not just pretty faces; they are complex timepieces with in-house-made mechanical movements. Indeed, complicated mechanical
Looking for an affordable watch that not only looks good but also makes you feel good? Check out the Philip Stein “Feel Good” Classic Watch for Women with Natural Frequency Technology.
Thanks to Charmin (yes, toilet paper) and Cheap Chic Weddings, a few stunning new bridal gowns have walked the runway– each made of toilet paper (check it out).
Years ago, buying a diamond was perhaps easier than it is today. You usually opted for a round brilliant or a marquise shape; they were the most popular. You didn’t think about “conflict” diamonds because you didn’t know they existed. You also didn’t worry about your diamond not being born in the Earth’s crust because lab-grown diamonds didn’t exist. Fast-forward several decades and the diamond world has changed considerably. Buying