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Female co-star of “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” Odeya Rush looked stunning in jewelry from the new sapphire collection by MICHAEL M. for the red carpet premiere of her film in Los Angeles on August 6th! She chose a ring & bracelet to complement her red satin Erin Fetherson dress.
Ring style SR104RB: Vintage inspired cocktail ring featuring 18.1 carats of raw blue sapphires and rubies, with diamond accents set in silver (retail price: $1,310)
Bracelet style SBR101: Bracelet featuring 11.3 carats of rose and blue sapphires with rubies, with diamond accents set in silver (retail price: $920)
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A Stars of Africa floating diamond ring, by Royal Asscher, fetched $16,000 at auction, in support of raising awareness of the Global Equality Fund and the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
While the Stars of Africa collection offers several design variations and price points, this particular ring contained 0.60 carats of diamonds that were floating in silicone in a sapphire globe (pictured).
Lita Asscher, the president of Royal Asscher of America, said, “As a family and as a company we at Royal Asscher consider it of paramount importance to support important causes that benefit all of humanity and I am proud that our company’s jewelry can contribute to such an important and well-deserving cause such as global equality.”
Fast Fact: The Global Equality Fund was founded by Clinton in December 2011 to support programs that advance human rights of of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons around the world.
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It was love at first song when I heard “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” back in 2001. Then when I saw Train play live at the Wiltern in ’03 I knew the band was more than a one-hit-wonder. Over the years Patrick Monahan, Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood have not disappointed as they’ve continued to release hit after hit, including “Soul Sister,” “Calling All Angels,” “Marry Me,” and my current favorite, “Save Me, San Francisco.”
This kind of longevity in the music industry is based on talent, creativity, business smarts and an unparalleled work ethic that sets Train apart from thousands of other bands. It’s no wonder that when lead singer Patrick Monahan selected jewelry to wear for a private industry concert, he chose rock star-worthy styles in silver by designer Scott Kay, a leader in the jewelry industry who shares the same attributes as the Grammy-winners.
Patrick Monahan, Train Lead Singer, Wearing Scott Kay Jewelry
Scott Kay lives by one rule: never compromise. For over 30 years he’s been acclaimed as one of the foremost authorities in engagement rings and wedding bands, creating unique, handcrafted designs in platinum, gold, and cobalt. I can tell you that brides and grooms love his designs just as much as the rock stars and celebrities do.
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