A Regency Era Girl in a Modern World: The Jewelry of Bridgerton
Who knew that all it would take to unite this crazy world would be a steamy, swoon-worthy historical romance produced by Shonda Rhimes?
The first month of the new year brings with it a birthstone that proves something we learned watching Downton Abbey — if you are both beautiful and durable, you’ll have a much better chance of success in this world.
A plague. The lingering effects of a mad tyrant.
(How’s that Mom Robe treating ya?)
We took a moment to catch up with Keiko Akamine, designer of the graceful, minimalist jewelry line Yū|Mono.
There’s a particular science to it: A “holiday movie” doesn’t have to take place during the holidays, though we certainly won’t kick it out of the club if there’s a little tinsel on its jacket.
If you think about it, December has it all: the first pretty days of winter before you’re tired of the cold and hating every freezing second (we’re looking at you, February), the magic of the holidays, the triumphant close of another year, and not one, not two, but THREE birthstones.
Alright gang, listen up: it’s time to retire Mercury in retrograde.
Holiday gatherings are taking on a new form and so should your accessories.
2020 has been one hell of a ride, so it makes sense that you want to give the people you love something special.
In an ode to the month itself, November’s birthstones (that’s right, plural) topaz and citrine, reflect the glorious yellow, orange, and russet hues of the autumn leaves.