Mother’s Day Gift Guide
This past year has been one hell of a ride, so it makes sense that you want something special for Mother’s Day.
It was a cold day in January at one of the country’s most significant events when a mystery woman, clad in an oversized white collar and chic plaid coat that glittered with sun-colored jewels at the shoulder, stole the spotlight.
Buckle up – it’s time for the big one! Like a doting mother, we would never – nay, could never – pick a favorite birthstone, but let’s be real: April scored a major coup by getting the diamond.
We took a moment to catch up with Keiko Akamine, designer of the graceful, minimalist jewelry line Yū|Mono.
Our guide to getting started.
Jewelry for coping.
We can all agree the best part of any awards season is the chance to see amazing, weird, horrible and wonderful fashion.
What better birthstone to represent the vacillations of March than the aquamarine, its luminous blue green color is in turns icy and lush, representing both the glacial depths of Winter and the first trembling drops of Spring rain?
Amethyst. Unless you’re a February baby, your first encounter with this glorious purple-hued stone may have been a geode in a museum gift shop.
We recently spoke with jewelry designer Noor Shamma, who was calling from her family home in Abu Dhabi, about her jewelry vibes, what it was like to grow up with four sisters and why sustainability is such a vital part of her brand.
We’re back with This & That: Winter Vibes Edition!
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.