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With the prices of gold and platinum still soaring, more companies are using new metals for fine jewelry. In precious metals, sterling silver is rising in popularity again while palladium, a platinum-group metal, caught the eye of many jewelers this spring. Increasingly, metals like stainless steel titanium, and tungsten are being used for fine-jewelry applications.
Alex Woo’s sterling silver Zahrah Large Flower ring is a featured in the magazine as one of the top silver pieces of the sesason.
Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley’s daughter strikes a chord on her new CD. Rocking since she was a toddler backstage with her mom at her dad’s concerts, now 20, she is ready to take center stage with Sketches, a CD of six songs she wrote. In the People exclusive, Alexa Ray Joel reveals that her dad “has always been very supportive of her musical career.” With a musical style self described as “a bit more soulful, more blues” than her dad, she is s een in this photo layering Alex Woo’s Zahrah necklace.
America’s ultimate shopping guide and the only magazine all about shopping-trends, tips on where to get the best deals on clothing, home accessories and more, Lucky this month puts actress Amanda Peet on their cover and looks into the best new looks for spring — including where to find them and how to wear them.
In the special contribution page, Lucky asks their readers to “Do good while you shop: Contribute to… wildlife conservation.” Alex Woo is currently donating 30 percent of sales from her large sterling silver “Zahrah” pendant to Wild Aid.
WILD AID funds initiatives in Southeast Asia, Africa, and the United States to reduce poaching and eradicate the illegal wildlife trade. On the Web at wildaid.org — Hilary Lyne
Expanding on her enormously successful enterprises in television, film and on the web, Oprah Winfrey in April 2000 channeled her positive, motivational spirit into one of the most highly anticipated new magazines in recent memory. Since then it has been lauded as perhaps the single best magazine as women’s personal growth guide for the new century.
Giving confident, smart women the tools they need to explore and reach for their dreams, to express their individual style and to make choices that will lead to a happier and more fulfilling life, the magazine serves as a catalyst for transforming women’s lives from one of the most trusted women in America. Filled with empowering ideas stamped with Oprah’s unique vision on everything from health & fitness, careers and relationships to beauty, fashion, home design, books and food, this month Alex Woo’s jewelry adorns one of the models.
Michelle Walker, age 23, an aspiring model and singer knows how to wear the No-color color. She has a natural attitude that is laid back and this dusty mocha chiffon dress brought out the lovely golden sheen in her complexion. Wearing Alex Woo’s Zahrah Bracelet she looks amazing and is ready to impress anyone.
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.
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“The Simpsons love Alex Woo’s delicate jewelry, like this crescent necklace, above alexwoo.com, company reps say!”
Fun fact: Jessica Simpson has been an early fan of Alex Woo jewelry since the jewelry designer started in 2001. Before the “pop princess” found mega-success from MTV’s Newlyweds, Jessica discussed how she added sparke to her wardrobe by stacking Alex Woo’s rings in InStyle magazine.
Vanessa Marcil graces the cover of this month’s luxury Atlanta magazine. A soap opera star from General Hospital that also became famous on TV shows 90210 and Las Vegas she details her tough childhood to super stardom in the exclusive feature.
Within the fashion section, Alex Woo’s Zahrah double flower earrings share the spotlight with a pair of Jimmy Choo’s ‘Number’ ankle-wrap flats. Woo and Choo… perfect together.