Something fab to take you into the weekend!
From fine jewelry designer, Monique Péan. Simply beautiful!
I hope you each are enjoying some well deserved time off with family and friends! Cheers!
Check out this video featuring jewelry designer Jennifer Mayer at Barneys.
I hope you are enjoying holiday shopping!
I found out about this lovely jewelry designer from an industry online publication, JCK online. I was quite impressed that she started her online jewelry business at 12! If you needed inspiration or motivation to follow your dreams, check out her website at www.jewelzofjordan.com. You will be on your way in no time!
Here is the second batch of pictures from The Heist! The most important part of the evening was that we were successful in surpassing our fundraising goal for CURE Childhood Cancer. When you are giving this season don’t forget to give to those who are less fortunate, because there is always someone who is less fortunate.
Thank you again to all those who attended, especially Madkin of OpenEyeris Media who worked magic with his camera and created a great video. If you would like to see more, head over to my Facebook page to see the video!
Since the last time I posted to the blog much has happened in my life, including moving. As most of you can relate to when moving, you usually find things long ago forgotten. My rediscovered treasure was a book that I was given called the Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. It is a story about a boy and a tree that gives him gifts throughout his lifetime. Many say this story speaks to the fact that many in our society ask for a great deal and rarely give in return.
Well as we enter this holiday season, I wanted to highlight jewelry gifts that can be purchased for the benefit of a loved one and a charity. What better way to give than to gift to a loved one and a charity at the same time. I hope that this holiday season greats each of you with an appreciation for all of the gifts that you have been given, including your loved ones. In honor of my loved ones, I am donating 50% of any “crossing the bar” proceeds to the Cancer Society.