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We would have to agree with the Summer Issue of The Knot, everything is looking quite rosy! We get a sneak peek of some stunning summer jewels in Rose Gold and the Narissa Crescent and Little Vegas Cherries were part of this dazzling story.
“Rose Gold is hot for baubles right now, and it’s not hard to see why. The rosy metal complements almost any skin tone, plus you’ll get quality and durability similar to white or yellow gold, only with a more feminine finish.”
What a lot of us who love this metaldon’t realize is that the meaning of this metal is a bit more sentimental: It means love. The color of these pieces adds just the right touch to their delicate designs.
“The warmth is utterly genuine,” Matt said.
“When you see her reporting a story that’s tragic you can see the pain. She is genuinely affected by what she’s doing. She doesn’t have a switch she can turn on and off,” Al said.
Read the full article here, where she also talks about how her husband thinks she’s the “brunette Doris Day.”
Originally published in Ladies’ Home Journal, September 2011.
Congratulations to all future brides! Check out the summer 2011 issue of Inside Weddings. The issue is full of great summer gowns, wedding resources, inspirational testimonies, and styling tips to add finishing touches on your day.
We are excited to see Alex Woo’s Narissa Cuff featured in the “Jewelry Box” section. Inspired by the agile movements of the sea, the Narissa Cuff is placed on beautiful white petals to display the wave like patterns.
It looks amazing! This was a great addition to the “Light and Airy” story and a jewelry box item that will last a lifetime.
We’ve always been a big fan of Alex Woo jewelry. We first featured her designs in 2003 when Audrey first arrived on the scene, and she’s been a regular within our pages since.
She creates amazing designs, from simply bold to intricately minimalist. I especially love her Narissa collection (now in rose gold vermeil, my latest obsession!), with its organic/mosaic/faraway feel.
We love that she’s still going strong, and now she’s getting some serious celebrity love, too.
The Korean girl band Girls’ Generation are sporting Alex Woo’s silver “9″ necklace. The nine-member pop group is mega big in Asia, and they have no shortage of fans on this side of the Pacific.
My personal favorite from her icon collection is her “Little Princess” star earrings. A funky version of the classic diamond studs — I’d wear them anywhere! (Hint, hint!)
Alex Woo’s latest project is a collaboration with Christina Applegate on a new design to fight breast cancer.
The “Tree of Life” pendant represents harmony, hope and renewal, according to Alex, and each of the seven leaves serves as a reminder to live every day of the week to the fullest. Net proceeds go to Right Action for Women, a Christina Applegate Foundation, which encourages women to educate themselves about breast cancer and provides funding for the expensive MRI screenings that help in early detection.
Alex’s mother passed away from breast cancer and since then the jewelry designer has been actively involved with a number of charities. She has a number of designs that benefit a variety of charities. – Posted by Anna M. Park in Audrey
Which Shakespeare character would you most like to play at the Public Theater’s summer gala?
“Definitely Kate in Taming of the Shrew. She’s so hotheaded and fierce,” responds Jane Krakowski. The 30 Rock and Ally McBeal actress epitomizes glamour wearing Alex Woo’s dazzling Narissa earrings in sterling silver, at the star-studded event.
One of the top trends for 2009, brilliance comes full circle in this very sexy glamourous gold ring bandeau top bikini.
Alessandra Ambrosio, looking very much like one of the beautiful and prophetic Nereids that inspired Alex Woo’s Narissa collection, she sports the Narissa Cuff. A dramatic touch for sand and sea.
TEX APPEAL – Accents for a way-out-West affair
What are the essentials for a successful Western Wedding? The Global Guide suggests that all you need are a pair of ”Made for Walking” Durango cowboy boots, some Llano Fine Wine, Hanky Panky underwear and of course Alex Woo’s Little Luck horseshoe necklace with diamonds.
Susan Moynihan, the Editor in Chief of Destination Weddings & Honeymoons, is even photographed in the Summer edition of the magazine wearing Alex Woo’s large Narissa necklace in yellow gold.
All of the best 2009! Town & Country kicks off the new year exploring the very best in what’s new! What’s fresh! And what’s genuine! Covering the arts, fashion and culture, and bringing the best of everything to America’s trendsetters, each issue makes you feel like you’re holding a treasure and you risen to the crème de la crème.
Sterling approval – Delicate chains, woven hoops and fringed earring – a deft touch of silver adds just the right shine to your look. Listed as the first accessory is Alex Woo Narissa Fan earrings to add a special touch to any attire.
Cosmopolitan is the lifestylist and cheerleader for millions of fun, fearless females. Inspiring with information on relationships and romance, fashion and beauty, women’s health and well-being, as well as pop culture, entertainment and style, this month’s issue is no different.
Cosmo girls love a good dare, so we are offering one up: Push your style boundaries with these au courant dressing principles. They’re a little unconventional, but then, so are you.
Dare To wear… the skinny look in something other than jeans. Tank Tops $195 each, and pants, $415, Rose; shoes, Devi Kroell; Cuff, Alex Woo Narissa Sterling Silver Cuff adds a chic like to the all white attire.
Style Watch Special: Sneak Peek
The Samantha Who? actress is a beach babe in her cover-up, Alex Woo earrings and oversized sunglasses as she shoots in Santa Monica.
Brief Biography: Christina Applegate was born on Thanksgiving Day, November 25th 1971 in Los Angeles, California. Making her acting debut in her mothers arms at three months of age, from that moment on, her future in acting was sealed. Particularly well-known for playing Kelly Bundy on the Fox television network sitcom Married… with Children, she has since established a successful film and television career and won an Emmy award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.
A magazine dedicated to fashion, entertainment and lifestyle for today’s trendsetters, this month they feature 25-year-old comedienne, Erin Fogel. Co-starring in the romantic comedy, 27 Dresses, with Katherine Heigl, the New Jersey native’s impeccable comic timing and knack for improv impressed director Anne Fletcher so much that she added scenes into the film to showcase Fogel’s talents.
944: When did you realize you were funny?
Erin Fogel: I feel like it always came naturally to me. When I was younger, I would make jokes that a lot of people my own age wouldn’t get. To me it was so funny, and no one else was laughing, except that all the adults wanted to do was talk to me and see what would come out of my mouth. And then, I also struggled socially when I was young. I was really heavy at the time — you know, baby fat and all that — and it became a means of defending myself, because it’s much better to be the funny girl than to be the fat girl. So I think I really, really strongly developed it as I was going through adolescence.
In the photo shoot, she wears Alex Woo’s Narissa necklace and earrings to impress everyone else.
Tiffany Koury, a former apprentice of Richard Tyler and a veteran equestrian of Lebanese descent from Pinehurst, North Carolina is making her mark on the fashion scene. Voted one of the Top 10 Designers to watch in 2006 by the Donegar Group, this southern belle turned New York City fashionista refined her skills at the Fashion Institute of Technology and has launched her eponymous line of dresses.
Every piece of Ms. Koury’s collection was designed to evoke the allure of the world’s most famous bombshells – from Grace Kelly to Marlene Dietrich. Accentuating feminine details and soft draping, her flirty fall line at fashion week included Alex Woo’s delicate Narissa Necklaces (Medium and Crescent) and Earrings.
(Fall 2007 / Spring 2008)
Based on the popular book series of the same name by Cecily von Ziegesar, this new drama from the CW gives viewers a peek into the world of privileged teenagers on an elite private school in New York City. Written by The O.C.’s Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, and directed by Mark Piznarski, the series stars Leighton Meester and Blake Lively as Blair and Serena respectively, rich Manhattan rivals at a private school in New York.
Considered one of the hottest new shows, rounding out the fine young cast is Taylor Momsen as Jenny, a freshman from Downtown Soho, who tries to fit in with the wealthy kids from New York’s Upper East side.
Gossip Girl Looks: In the episodes, watch Blair, Jenny, and Vanessa as they show off their own unique fashion sense and you will also spot Alex Woo jewelry. Blair’s look – very well thought out meticulous Americana with old Hollywood glamour has the Little Letter B and W (diamonds of course). While Jenny, free-spirited and ambitious, wears vintage clothing she creates herself with Alex Woo’s Little Question Mark or Little Princess Bow. Her background may keep her on the fringe of this exclusive clique, but her fashion taste and aspirations definitely do not! Not to be outdone, Jessica Szohr (Vanessa), can be seen wearing Woo’s Narissa Necklace. Alex Woo was also featured in Eric Daman’s Fashion Series Week 1 for Serena and Blair.
Blonde vs. Blonde. They were best friends – now they’re bitter enemies. What happened? People this week bring you the guide to TV’s nastiest feud. At the photo shoot, Heidi Montag wears Alex Woo’s Narissa Cuff.
Heidi Montag – Season 3 Cast Bio
On the surface, Heidi has everything she ever wanted: a prestigious job promoting parties in Hollywood, a boyfriend she adores in Spencer, a great apartment in the Hollywood Hills, and an engagement ring around the corner. With all of that, she’s still missing one thing: her best friend. Since Heidi moved in with Spencer, she hasn’t spoken to Lauren at all, and the rift is only getting bigger…
Lauren Conrad – Season 3 Cast Bio
Lauren has more to deal with this year than ever. She faces new pressures at work as she and Whitney prepare for their biggest challenge at Teen Vogue yet. She also has a new roommate and a new wing woman in Audrina, and the two of them are hitting the Hollywood dating scene in a big way. But Lauren’s past is never far behind…
Women’s Wear Daily features Alex Woo’s diamond and gold Narissa pendant as one of the classiest and most stylish pieces for the holdiay season! The beautiful pendant is a jaw-dropper — as it’s definitely a statement piece. The pave diamond accents and the delicate double-string chain add the additonal touches to this glamours and elegant pendant.
What’s Modern? Adorned with diamond details or intricately scrolled gold, your wrist will arrest attention in one of these beautiful bracelets.
Former American Idol contestant and successful singer Katharine McPhee graces the cover of the June issue of Lucky magazine.
In the Lucky Summer Jewelry Guide, Alex Woo’s Narissa collection is highlighted. From the Narissa crescent necklace to the Narissa cuff, Lucky states “There’s so much detail in these airy gold pieces – each feels like a little work of art.” Additionally, the Narissa cuff is described as “an alluring, oversize cuff with a ravishing, goddessy vibe.
On the bottom left, Tara Mattmuller wears Alex Woo’s Dolce ring so she can still be professional, but stand out.
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.
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.
Alex Woo’s Narissa 14K gold cuff, which was inspired by the wonders of the natural sea, is a luxurious accent for the arm. It is the perfect accessory to match Behnaz Sarafpour’s gold, shimmery, featherlike, beaded dress that donned the runway. The elaborate dress doesn’t need much accessorizing, but for a dramatic and high-fashion look, defintely opt for the Narissa cuff.
Another hot look pick is Alex Woo’s Little Big Number collection which can symbolize a significant date or number. The necklace is available in sterling silver, white/yellow 14K gold and white/yellow 14K gold with diamonds.
British soul singer and songwriter’s new album “Introducing Joss Stone” — a mix of warm vintage soul, ’70s-style R&B, Motown girl-group harmonies, and hip-hop grooves, will be released by Virgin Records on March 20th.
In the debut single “Tell Me ‘Bout it’” she can be seen wearing Alex Woo’s Sienna Cuff and Narissa earrings in the video to highlight her brave new look. With four Grammy nominations, this will be her third album. Her first two albums, 2003′s “The Soul Sessions” and 2005′s “Mind, Body & Soul” collectively sold 7.5 million copies but the 19-year-old Stone says “It’s the first album that is truly me… These are my words, and this is who I am as an artist.”
With her first proper tour in nearly three years, the star will be showcasing tracks from her latest album produced largely by Stone’s main musical collaborator, Raphael Saadiq (The Roots, Macy Gray). With lyrics written or co-written by Stone herself, the album also features contributions from Fugees singer Lauryn Hill and rapper Common.
Click on the play button on the right to watch the video from YouTube or visit her official website.
Best Week Ever is a widely popular weekly television program on the entertainment/music channel VH1. On the show, comedians comment on the past week’s developments in pop culture, including recent happenings in entertainment and celebrity gossip. This week actress/comedian Jessica St. Clair talks about American Idol’s Antonella Barba and her racy photos along with other humorous material. In the clips, she is wearing Alex Woo’s gold-vermeil Narissa earrings.