Men's Fashion NYC | Hot Men's Jewelry January 29 2014, 0 Comments
We have Fashion Week fever!
After Fashion Week in Paris, we some of our favorite looks from Alexander McQeen, Saint Laurent, and John Paul Gaultier and paired them with a few of our favorite Catherine Angiel pieces!
Statement Earrings NYC | What's Hot in Red Carpet Jewels January 26 2014, 0 Comments
We've been seeing a trend on the red carpet this awards season...fabulous statement earrings!
Amy Adams wore "Tutti Frutti" earrings with stunning emeralds, sapphires and diamonds from Cartier that really complimented her ensemble and features.
Julia Roberts wore amazing white diamond pave set chandelier earrings from Wilfredo Rosado with her Valentino jumpsuit.
Anna Gunn wore gorgeous midnight blue teardrop statement earrings by Irene Neuwirth that really brought out her blue eyes.
Jennifer Lawrence wore stunning statement earrings with pear shaped and pyramid cut gemstones surrounded by a delicate pave halo setting by Jennifer Meyer.
Seeing these beautiful earrings inspired us to pick a few of our favorite Catherine Angiel statement earrings!
Neiman Marcus San Francisco Trunk Show | Catherine Angiel December 18 2013, 0 Comments
Just in time for the holidays, join Catherine for her trunk show at Neiman Marcus, San Francisco tomorrow and Friday from 10AM5PM!!!
Rose Gold Earrings with a Mod Twist November 16 2013, 0 Comments
Rose Gold Chic
The new collection, Edgy in Pink, is all about geometric figures and was inspired by the 70’s. Rose Gold compliments any complexion with its feminine warmth. The circular shape, accented with champagne diamonds send millions of tiny lights to finish off the look for an event or diner in New York, Paris or London.
They are perfect for any style Icon!
Paris Fashion Week September 26 2012, 0 Comments
Catherine Angiel's Black Diamond 'Glam' Ring Featured in JCK Online! July 30 2010, 0 Comments
A TWIST ON TRADITION (clockwise from above) 18k gold mounting with colorless and black diamonds, $4,290, Simon G., Glendale, Calif., 818-500-8595, simongjewelry.com; 3.30 cts. t.w. black diamond in 14k gold with colorless accents, $8,500, Catherine Angiel, NYC, 800-726-8515, catherineangiel.com; pavé Twist ring with .72 ct. t.w. diamonds in platinum, $9,750, Lazare Kaplan, NYC, 800-554-3325, lazarediamonds.com; Wildflower mounting with diamonds in 18k gold, $2,235, Maevona, NYC, 212-557-7300, maevona.com; 3.44 cts. tw. rough black diamond with 1 ct. tw. colorless melee in 18k gold, $6,995, Diamonds for a Cure, NYC, 516-466-1826, diamondsforacure.com; 2.19 cts. t.w. green sapphire with diamonds in platinum, $8,500, McTeigue & McClelland, NYC, 800-956-2826, mc2jewels.com
When it comes to ring styles, today’s young-adult “millennial” shoppers demonstrate a surprising preference for the traditional. Although some retailers say they are seeing some experimentation with colored gemstones and alternative metals like titanium and even stainless steel, the default choice is still a center-mounted diamond, with up to 90 percent of buyers opting for white gold settings. Growing demand from same-sex couples has generated greater interest in nontraditional offerings such as the ornately carved bands by Lithuanian designer Alex Sepkus (p. 80), says Matthew Rosenheim, president of Washington, D.C.’s Tiny Jewel Box. However, a significant portion of same-sex bridal shoppers do gravitate toward classic selections, notes Rosenheim.
What’s different about contemporary rings are the embellishments: Although the stones are smaller, they’re accented more frequently with smaller diamonds on the sides or around the center—a distinction jewelers say is a uniquely Gen-Y spin. According to JIRI stats, a mere 28 percent of rings today are solitaires. The vast majority are what Gassman calls “something extra and different.”
“They want more detail in a smaller space,” says Brian Toone, president and CEO of the Jewelry Design Center in Spokane, Wash. “What we’re seeing has a solitaire or streamlined look, but when you look closer, there are more stones on the sides or detail work underneath to add that personal element.”