The more the merrier.
Established in 2020 by Margherita Picardi and Gaia Venuti, Eroina999 offers eye-catching jewelry pieces for fearless women.
A comfier sleep is waiting.
Luckily for jewelry lovers, our favorite sparkly pieces are inherently sustainable: metals like gold and silver as well as gemstones can be reused for eternity. Today's jewelry designers have tapped into this, using recycled gold and silver and sourcing ethical gems (either fairtrade or reused from other pieces) to create beautiful jewelry that also make the world a better place. There are fine jewelry designers working in precious stones for bespoke masterpieces and fun costume jewelry made from unique materials like raffia and shells.
The brand's largest showcase of high jewelry in China, including the more than 80-carat Empire Diamond, runs April 6 to 16.
Watches feature brilliant-cut diamonds in a stainless-steel case, while the bezel is ringed with baguette-cut sapphires.
It may have started with Among Us and Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but let’s be real, we all care a little bit more about Star Dew Valley (and maybe even Call of Duty) than we probs did before. This UBOTIE multi-colored keyboard is an affordable computer accessory that doubles as gorgeous decor.
Old way of thinking: makeup in summer needs to be lighter, fresher, and more pared down. New way of thinking: unless things get unbearably sweltering or you can't stand up on the subway without leaving a puddle of sweat on the seat, now is the time to experiment with your makeup more. Give us color!
From a color expert.
The jewelry company said the deal is part of its plan to offer more services, as retailers are generally trying to do during the pandemic.
Everyone from bloggers to pop stars are rocking throwback trends like half-and-half hair, chunky highlights, and even bleach blonde mullets. Bleach blonde on top, inky black no bottom – it's a super dramatic look that feels so edgy. Everyone loves good summer highlights, this version feels more modern.
Gimme all the breezy silhouettes and linen fabrics. From Cosmopolitan
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, lived most of his life in the public eye, first as a Greek and Danish royal before joining the British royal family in 1947 when he married Elizabeth, who became a queen five years later. Philip, pictured here shortly after his first birthday, was born in Greece but was exiled from the country when his uncle, King Constantine, was forced to abdicate the throne. When Philip was 18 months old, he was evacuated with his family via the Royal Navy ship, the HMS Calypso, with the toddler traveling in an orange crate to avoid being seen.
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Daylight is everything.
If you have wood floors, Georgia-based designer James Farmer recommends going for just enough contrast. Farmer suggests trying Benjamin Moore's Jade Romanesque. "Darker woods like cherry and mahogany tend to go more red; soft blues like Sea Sprite by PPG look great with the patina of antiques," Farmer says.
With news of Prince Philip's death, some are wondering how this impacts the throne... From Cosmopolitan
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Whether you're looking to upgrade that couch to something newer (and better) or you're finally purchasing a nice desk for your home office, you probably already know that buying furniture isn't always, uh, kind on your wallet. It's also worth noting that I've included some sustainable furniture brands, too. Because, much like fast fashion, buying super cheap furniture that isn't responsibly made can actually harm the Earth over time—especially if it's a piece that you know you're not going to hold onto for very long.