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Alison Krauss was the heart to bringing bluegrass to a new audience in the ’90s. Blending bluegrass with folk, she was instantly acclaimed from the start of her career, but it wasn’t until her platinum-selling 1995 compilation ‘Now That I’ve Found You’ that she became a mainstream star. Born July 23, 1971, Alison Krauss grew up in Champaign, Ill., where her parents encouraged her and her brother, Viktor, to play instruments at an early age. Soon after taking up the violin, Krauss discovered fiddle contests and bluegrass festivals where she earned her initial acclaim as an instrumentalist, but it was soon clear her voice captivated everyone’s attention.
In this stunning duet, Alison Krauss pairs up with Nashville superstar John Waite with a new rendition of the radio staple “Missing You,” and is wearing Alex Woo’s sparkling Cindy earrings.
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.
Delight in the royal hue of the moment!
A model wearing a David Meister silk-lame dress accompanied with a purple Michael Kors wool duster sweater, completes her look with a gorgeous pair of Alex Woo Cindy earrings and a coordinating Andie ring in rose.
Teri Hatcher is ‘Desperate’ and loving it in this summer edition of InStyle. With the hottest show on TV and a certain new golden accessory on her trophy shelf, we should all be so desperate. As she states in the feature story, “My parents taught me there was no space to feel good about myself without being hurtful to someone else. I’m trying to find the place to let myself deserve something for a while. Like the Golden Globe: I know that winning doesn’t mean I’m ‘better’ than the other nominees. But I also don’t have to go, ‘I didn’t deserve it.’ . . .”
Speaking of deserving, Alice Rose Hurley asks InStyle readers – “Want to bring a little sparkle to the season’s new styles? Our choices (all with affordable price tags of $250 or less) offer something for everyone” in the Cheap Chic Real Deals article. Featured in the Prep School section, Alex Woo’s Cindy Necklace may remind you of a “summer in Nantucket.”
Cheap chic and frugal finds for $100 or less. Alex Woo’s Cindy earrings are featured.
Favor a touch of masculine? A touch of feminine? Just make a bravura gesture.
With two clear choices – tux or luxe (never a little of both) – evening goes all out.
Alex Woo’s Cindy Earrings are paired with a silk draped-bodice gown from Nicole Miller, Stuart Weitzman leather slides and a twisted silk clutch from Franchi.