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Refinery29 If You Don't Know What Hoorsenbuhs Is, It's Probably Because You're Not Famous Refinery29 The fine jewelry label was started in 2005 by Robert G. Keith, who brought on his good friend, Kether Parker, to co-run the L.A.-based brand that's quietly become a go-to for the rich and famous. Hoorsenbuhs operates at that price point that sometimes ...

Telegraph.co.uk After 120 years, Country Life swaps famous Girl in Pearls for...a man Telegraph.co.uk Since 1897, thousands of young women have graced its pages to announce engagements, graduations or their coming-of-age. But this week, Country Life will offer a rarely-seen species on its famous “girls in pearls” page: a man. The magazine is to ...

Telegraph.co.uk After 120 years, Country Life swaps famous Girl in Pearls for...a man Telegraph.co.uk Since 1897, thousands of young women have graced its pages to announce engagements, graduations or their coming-of-age. But this week, Country Life will offer a rarely-seen species on its famous “girls in pearls” page: a man. The magazine is to ...

Telegraph.co.uk After 120 years, Country Life swaps famous Girl in Pearls for...a man Telegraph.co.uk Since 1897, thousands of young women have graced its pages to announce engagements, graduations or their coming-of-age. But this week, Country Life will offer a rarely-seen species on its famous “girls in pearls” page: a man. The magazine is to ...

Telegraph.co.uk After 120 years, Country Life swaps famous Girl in Pearls for...a man Telegraph.co.uk Since 1897, thousands of young women have graced its pages to announce engagements, graduations or their coming-of-age. But this week, Country Life will offer a rarely-seen species on its famous “girls in pearls” page: a man. The magazine is to ...


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19 January, 2017

The Mercury News Kim Kardashian learns diamonds aren't forever The Mercury News Paris Police say the $10 million worth of jewelry – including her 20-carat diamond engagement ring – have likely been melted down or sold on the black market, a police source reportedly told Us Weekly. If the ring was sold, its ID code was likely ...

19 January, 2017

E! Online This Year in Jewelry Trends, as Decreed by These British Beauties E! Online From dainty pieces to classic pearls to statement gems, jewelry just oozes sophistication when worn by the UK's elite. Even trendy pieces like chokers have some sort of elevated design to them. How do you choose sparkly add-ons that work for both the ... and more

19 January, 2017

LaGrange Daily News Quality antiques at your service LaGrange Daily News LaGRANGE- Larry Fair has been in the antique business for 55 years and it doesn't seem like he will be stepping away anytime soon. Fair, the owner of Red Door Antiques at 33 E Lafayette Square, opened his first antique store in 1963 in Columbus.