Jewelry Artist Catherine Angiel featured on Lust for Life December 28 2013, 0 Comments
Catherine was featured on Lust for Life to talk about edgy, non-traditional engagement rings! Thank you Lust for Life!
Black Diamond Bracelet | Pave Link Design | NYC Jewelry December 11 2013, 0 Comments
The New York Chic Bracelet!
This Black Diamond Pave Link Bracelet is perfect to wear alone or layer. Handmade with 3.25 carats of Black Diamonds, this classic and edgy piece is perfect for him or her!
Black Diamond Heart Necklace | Jewelry with an Attitude December 10 2013, 0 Comments
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Catherine's signature Black Diamond Heart is feminine with just enough attitude! A statement piece worn both day and night. For the unique woman who knows who she is and what she wants!
Black Diamond Wedding Bands | Alternative Bridal Rings December 08 2013, 0 CommentsBeautifully handcrafted Black Diamond Band is elegant and chic! Today couples crave unique designs that express their personality. Check out more alternative bridal ideas on our website!
Black Diamond Ring featured in Engagement 101 July 11 2013, 0 Comments
As seen in yourengagment101.com
Unique black and white diamond ring. Exquisite black rose cut diamond, surrounded by white diamonds, sits gorgeously in this modern engagement ring for a classy and timeless look.
Style # 3859/GMR: White gold with black diamond 1.7 carat, .36 CT white diamonds
Savage Beauty | Edgy Trends June 26 2011, 0 Comments
“You’ve got to know the rules to break them. That’s what I’m here for, to demolish the rules but to keep the tradition.” Alexander McQueen
Jewelry designer Catherine Angiel is known for the edge in her designs, and her reckless abandon of the rules. She used black diamonds back when they were entirely unpopular and continues to create truly original pieces. It’s only fitting that one of her favorite designers and sources of inspiration is the late, great, Alexander McQueen.
Through August 7th, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is hosting the Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibit. Waiting lines span from forty five minutes to two hours, but it is well worth it.
The exhibit starts with his first collection, in a gallery called “The Romantic Mind,” and continues in a maze of galleries that demonstrate McQueen’s self proclaimed “romantic schizophrenia.”While the exhibit is not necessarily arranged linearly, it does a stunning job of demonstrating the contrasts that played in his work and his love for nature and art. One of the most memorable sections is the display of his final and incomplete line, unofficially titled “Angels and Demons” in a tall golden casket part way through the exhibit.
Filled with haunting couture, quotes from the designer himself, drawings, videos, and even a hologram, this event is one that any fashion or art lover would not want to miss.
Located at: 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028
Metroplitan Museum of Art: Savage Beauty Alexander McQueen Exhibit
Photo cred:The Photograph Studio, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Our First Fashion's Night Out! Oh What a Night! September 13 2010, 0 Comments
Fashion's Night Out 2010!!!