Fashion Week with the DIC (Part II)

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Life’s momentous occasions always deserve a fitting memorial, like Rebecca Taylor’s significant diamond ring, “Homecoming.” Taylor states that her personal inspiration for the ring stemmed from, ”Bringing home my twin daughters, Isabel Bridget and Zoe Victoria, to join our family.” With a large, round-cut brilliant diamond center (1/5 ct. t.w.) surrounded by micro pavé diamond (1 4/5 ct. t.w.) and 14k rose gold petals, this flower ring can commemorate your life’s unique and exciting moments. (Source)

This stunningly unique diamond ring from Twinkle by Wenlan, aptly titled “Everyday Brilliance,” is inspired by the wonderous potential of even life’s smallest moments. As the designer Wenlan Cahi explains: “For me, everyday is full of small, unexpected brilliant moments, whether I am walking my dog or bowing on the runway. A stranger on the street asked me where they could buy the sweater I was wearing — it was my own design. That moment inspired me to launch Twinkle.” Make every day of your life shine with round-cut brilliant diamonds (1/4 ct. t.w.) and sparkling micro pavé. The twisted, white gold band captures all of the whim and inspiration of Twinkle designs. (Source)

Louise Elad and Jennifer Heebner marvel over a few pieces the DIC event.

Louise and Victoria Gomelsky compar notes on the pieces shown at the DIC while Jen and Rob Bates watch James, of the DIC, explain the history of one of the pieces to a fellow industry representative.

Sally Morrison, whom you will recognize from her profile in the Winter 2007 issue of JCK Luxury, and Jennifer Heebner talk shop.

Sally Morrison admires Jen’s bangle and matching earrings by John Hardy.

A screen grab of the DIC micro-site that implores “Women of the World, Raise Your Right Hand.”

This screen grab shows the statements of several women who have answered the call and entered to win a free Right-Hand Ring.