2013 may have been the year of emerald, but it was also a return to feminine colors and styles, with a big emphasis on all things pink. Finally, being in love with pink doesn’t mean you have to be a girly girl or gravitate toward all things in a bubble-gum-tinted hue. An entire collection of wedding gowns by Vera Wang were done in pink, and every shade from fuchsia and rose to a light-as-air powdery hue was seen on the Fashion Week runways. Pink tourmaline took center stage in a number of sensational jewelry designs. It’s safe to say: Pink has gotten its groove back.
To further highlight the power of pink: this new stunner from Omi Privé. The ring is handcrafted in platinum, and no detail is left untouched—from the 3.4 ct. cushion-cut pink sapphire center and the 0.83 ct. t.w. diamonds that line the design, to the 18k rose gold inner border set with pink sapphire accents. The undercarriage of the ring is a secret surprise for the wearer, with a crisscrossing design of pink sapphires and diamonds in contrasting platinum and rose gold metals. It’s the detail that we’ve come to expect and cherish from Omi Privé, and this spectacularly sophisticated, feminine beauty does not disappoint.