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The most widely read magazine in America, Parade Magazine generally needs no introduction. With a circulation of 32 million, it began as a small publication and sold on newsstands for a nickel. Today, PARADE is carried by nearly 400 of the nation’s finest Sunday newspapers and reaches 74 million Americans every week who value it for the fun and information of Personality Parade and James Brady’s celebrity profiles.
In this week’s issue, the former Will & Grace star, Debra Messing, talks about her jump to the big screen, working in Australia on her new movie, The Starter Wife, and more. In the interview with James Brady, she reveals “It’s a dream part for an actress. But it also parallels my life in that, after eight years on Will & Grace, I’m starting over. When we wrapped our series last year, I asked myself, ‘What do I do now?’” After five Emmy nods, in this new movie, she leads the sexy, savvy and wickedly funny tour de force about life after divorce and one woman’s quest to redefine herself.
In the photo shoot by Timothy White, Debra Messing was photographed wearing a number of Alex Woo’s accessories from the Chiara earrings, Sienna bangles, Narissa Earrings, and Vida Pendant.
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A Vanessa Antonelli Pick!
Eva Longoria’s Necklace
EVA LONGORIA shows her affection for fiancé Tony Parker with this sweet initial necklace by Alex Woo.
Living in the Light
It’s official: Memorial Day is here, and summer’s right behind it. Soon we’ll be sunning, sailing, and socializing on the most beautiful beaches in the world—and we can’t wait. In that spirit, Hamptons Magazine has been planning to make this season bigger, better, and more exciting than ever with promises of fun, fulfillment, and adventure.
Starting the Memorial Day holidays with a bang, cover girl Christie Brinkley sets the tone and opens up about what makes her shine. She shares “One of the most wonderful things about being a parent is that you’re born with your interests and your visions, then you have people in your life that you love so much, and they bring you their own view of the world.” On the cover, Christine Brinkley wears Alex Woo’s 14kt gold Sienna earrings with diamonds and inside she aptly sports Alex Woo’s well-named Christy earrings.
Vision of sugarplum fairies dance through designers’ heads this season, as tulle-trim jewels, satiny pink shoes, and other ballet-inspired confections debut for spring!
Along with the likes of Valentino and Vera Wang, Alex Woo’s gold vermeil Narissa crescent necklace is a very feminine piece that epitomizes classic elegance and beauty.
Of the two boys on the cover of Vanity Fair’s Green Issue, it’s hard to say which one is more irresistible: Leonardo DiCaprio or Knut, the three and a half month old polar bear cub. Featuring a 20-page spread with environmental notables and celebrities, and powerful articles highlighting environmental concerns and eco-power glamour and passion, Vanity Fair’s commitment to reporting on the threat to our precious environment is impressive.
On the Fanfare page, “Green Treasures” included Alex Woo’s Vida Collection, inspired from her trip to the lush rain forests of Costa Rica. Ten percent of the proceeds from each piece goes to support the Natural Resources Defense Council’s clean-air efforts.