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!
Entourage ring in platinum with 3.58 ct. star ruby and 1.96 cts. t.w. diamonds, $60,000; Oscar Heyman
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
Atelier ring in 18k white gold with aquamarine and diamonds, price on request; Pasquale Bruni
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
Ring with emerald and diamonds, price on request; Bavna