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InStyle’s first issue for 2006 celebrates actress Jennifer Aniston fresh start and why this golden girl is feeling stronger and sexier than ever. With a parade of sexy beach photos taken in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Jennifer reveals she doesn’t make New Year’s Resolutions, as “I try not to say anything that I can’t back up because we all take steps backward.” Still, she does have a few things she’d like to do in 2006 including about buying a house, hitting the books, going to Greece and even settling down and having a family.
In the “Cheap Chic” jewelry section, Alex Woo’s 14kt-gold vermeil necklace with carnelian (Chiara Pendant) gracefully adorns the page. As one of the “frugal finds for $100 and under” it is definitely a steal.
Also featured in InStyle’s “Cheap Chic” jewelry section in May 2005 was Alex Woo’s Cindy Necklace.
The premier magazine that offer’s revealing, insider’s look at all the trends and personalities important to the entertainment industry, Us Weekly is packed with fascinating celebrity news reports that take you way beyond the headlines covering the romances, the scandals and the people behind them.
Featuring many fashion and celebrity highlights, including the hilarious fashion police, in this week’s “Star Style” section, Alex Woo’s popular gold vermeil Sienna Cuff is shown as a great accessory for a night out on the town with the skinny jeans.
In the Style News section of Life & Style this week, Eva shows a little love. Not only does Eva Longoria sport a lucky No. 9 pendant, the jersey number of her boyfriend, San Antonio Spurs b-baller Tony Parker, she also wears Tony’s custom-made 14k-white-and-yellow-gold 2005 NBA championship ring — featuring 2.55 carats of diamonds — on a chain. Aww — just like high school. How cute!
Eva’s No. 9 necklace is 14k gold from Alex Woo.
2005 Spurs NBA Championship Ring Facts
“Shopaholics, rejoice! Like the Yellow Pages – but, well, purple – this book is witty and comprehensive.” – Boston Herald
AlexWoo.com has earned a coveted spot in both the 2004, 2005, and 2006 editions of thepurplebook. As the definitive guide to exceptional online shopping, Alex Woo’s website was highlighted in the “Shoes and Accessories” category and was handpicked among thousands of e-commerce sites that exceeded the future needs of the modern shopper.
In the review, they said “The difference between this and many comparable jewelry retailers is this: there’s no boring jewelry here. Creative designer baubles of semi-precious stones, and metals fill these pages with innovation that is sorely lacking from much modern jewelry.”
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The magazine about shopping, Lucky this month reveals the new best things for 2006 style. From key pieces and trends of what we love, to the feature story on the ever-changing actress Mena Suvari who puts it all together — including Alex Woo’s jewelry.
In the exclusive, the talented young actress, that starred in the Oscar Award-winning film American Beauty, discusses how she wanted to work some new style tricks into her (already very cool) fashion repertoire for her New Year’s fashion resolutions. Wearing Alex Woo’s Zahrah Crescent necklace, she added that one or two pieces of quiet, modern jewelry can perfectly complement a romantic, ethereal dress which is flowy.
With tousled hair that is sexy without being overdone, the versatile actress also revealed that balancing a cascading necklace with a casual, worn-in tank creates that Hollywood glamorous-hippie-girl vibe.
Fun Fact: Mena was named after the “House of Mena” Hotel (at the base of the pyramids in Egypt) from her Egyptian godmother.
Previously featured in Lucky, have been Alex Woo’s super popular Sienna necklace and her deliciously oversized Dolce rings.
With an All-Star Model cover featuring Veronica Varekova, Elle Macpherson, Rebecca Romijn, Rachel Hunter, Daniela Pestova, Elsa Benitez, Carolyn Murphy, and Yamila Diaz-Rahi – you know the issue is going to be a keeper. With 250 pages featuring 25 of the world’s most beautiful supermodels including tennis superstar Maria Sharapova, it really is mmm… for the three M’s who wear Alex Woo jewelry of course!
Molly Sims: Famous for being one of the hottest runway models, her photos have glistened in Victoria’s Secret, SI swimsuit issues and countless advertising campaigns for a long time. Known for being both intelligent as well as beautiful, she hosted MTV’s House of Style and in 2003, she joined the cast of NBC’s fast-paced and sexy drama Las Vegas in the role of Delinda Deline. Having also been in “Maxim’s Hot 100,” and finished a role in an indie called “Venus and Vegas,” it is only appropriate that she proudly wears Alex Woo’s Vegas Collection in Sin City for her photoshoots. Wearing both a “lucky 7″ from the Little Numbers Collection and a “spade” in many of the photos, what can anyone say but we’re happy she switched from being a lawyer to pursue a modeling career.
Marisa Miller: With a face that has graced the cover of magazines like Vogue, Fitness and Shape, it’s no wonder SI called her back for the 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006 Swimsuit Editions. Born New Years Day in 1980 in the coastal city of Santa Cruz, California, she still says “The first thing I do every morning is go online to check the surf. If the waves are good, I’ll go surf. The beach is 10 minutes away.” In many of the photos, she is seen wearing Alex Woo’s Little Season’s Daisy Pendant.
Mallory Snyder: First spotted in MTV’s Real World in Paris 2003, this 5’11″ soccer athlete was born Jan. 7, 1984 and silenced all the dissenters with multiple appearences in Sports Illustrated and a clear sense of ambition. In several of the photos from her winter shoot in Huahine, Tahiti, she is wearing Alex Woo’s Daisy Pendant.