Friday 5: Rollin’ With an Entourage



Cluster style rings worthy of fame

The halo is a popular trend in bridal (and probably will be for a long time), but it’s also quite the look in fashion jewelry, and has been since before Neil Lane started designing engagement rings for The Bachelor. But the halo that I want to highlight today isn’t any ring of diamonds—and subtlety is not its thing. There are plenty of names for the style. An oversize halo, the cluster. But I prefer the term entourage, because, from what we’ve been taught by Hollywood, the moniker invokes a major glam factor—which definitely applies. Yes, the star of the show will be a fabulous, unforgettable stone, and the entourage—its surrounding halo of bright diamonds and gems—provides the support to make it really shine. It’s a favorite look of mine, particularly when it comes to cocktail rings like these. And speaking of cocktails, onto the weekend we go!

Oscar Heyman star ruby entourage ring | JCK On Your Market

Entourage ring in platinum with 3.58 ct. star ruby and 1.96 cts. t.w. diamonds, $60,000; Oscar Heyman

 

Sutra emerald and rose-cut diamond entourage ring | JCK On Your Market

Floral Rose Cut Halo collection ring in 18k white gold with 16.6 ct. emerald and 14 cts. t.w. rose-cut diamonds, price on request; Sutra

 

Pasquale Bruni aquamarine Atelier ring | JCK On Your Market

Atelier ring in 18k white gold with aquamarine and diamonds, price on request; Pasquale Bruni

 

Graziela Gems Paraiba Obsession ring | JCK On Your Market

 

Paraiba Obsession ring in 18k white gold with 9.33 ct. paraiba tourmaline slice and 1.23 cts. t.w. diamonds, $10,980; Graziela Gems

 

Bavna emerald and diamond entourage ring | JCK On Your Market

Ring with emerald and diamonds, price on request; Bavna