Piece of the Week: Reza’s ‘Ruban’ Earrings
A certain pop star and business mogul wore them on the red carpet this week.
But as good as that sounds, visualizing the pop star and entrepreneur donning jewels from the second-generation Parisian high jewelry atelier is even better.
Rihanna fans, jewelry lovers, and those of us who fall in the center of that Venn diagram had the opportunity to do so this week when Riri stepped out in Reza’s “Ruban” earring, worn as an ear cuff.
Reza’s earring easily lived up to the occasion.
The earring pair is crafted in 18-karat gold with black rhodium plating and features 116 round diamonds weighing 9.75 carats total.
Pricing is available upon request.
Now, what jewels will Rihanna wear to headline the Super Bowl LVII halftime show in 2023? Luckily, we have a few months to get our predictions in order.
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