Fine jewelry is not cheap, and for this reason, you want it to serve you for a long time. Heck, you even want to pass it down to your children and your children’s children. This is actually not impossible. However, even the finest jewelry needs to be taken care of for it to stay in good condition for long. Before you even start thinking of how you can make your jewelry last for long, you need to invest in quality jewelry pieces. You can check out Irene Jewelry | Shop Now for the beautiful traditional jewelry pieces that will bring you pleasure for many years to come. Having your jewelry cleaned by professionals at least once a year is also good practice as it will help to keep your jewelry in good condition for long. Below are some tips to help you take good care of your jewelry.
- Store your pieces separately
You cannot just throw all your jewelry pieces in one box and expect them to remain in good condition. Store jewelry pieces made of different metals separately. You should also store different gemstones separately since they have different hardness, and if they knock against each other, they can easily get scratched. This affects the luster of the gemstones. Store your jewelry pieces in separate compartments that are lined with soft material. You should also store them away from direct sunlight.
- Be careful when wearing them
When getting dressed, wear your jewelry last so that your clothes do not get caught on them. Jewelry should also be worn after you have applied your makeup and hairspray. Some materials used to make jewelry are very delicate and can easily react with the compounds in your hairspray and makeup. This is why it is important to ensure that your jewelry pieces do not come into contact with them. You should wear your earrings after styling your hair. Do not do any manual work with your jewelry on as it can easily get damaged by cleaning agents or get chipped when you accidentally knock your hand against something.
- Keep them away from water and chemicals
For the same reason as above, keep your jewelry pieces away from chemicals and water as they can react with the metals and cause them to lose their color. Avoid getting your jewelry wet as much as you can. You can find more tips on taking care of your jewelry online.
- Taking care of cheap jewelry
There are some cheap jewelry items that look great when you buy them, but a couple of months later, they have scratches all over and have lost their shine. To prevent this, coat them with clear nail polish to prevent the metal surfaces from reacting with water and other compounds that they might come into contact with. This way, you can get your cheap jewelry to serve you for a couple of years. However, do not expect to pass them down to your kids. Even with the best care, cheap jewelry cannot last for very long. The pieces will eventually lose their luster and become an eyesore.
Live From The Hotel Edison Times Square Chronicles Presents Shani Grosz, Dee Rivera, Shani Grosz, Daniela Reginato and Jane Elissa
“Live From The Hotel Edison Times Square Chronicles Presents”, is a new show that is filmed live every Wednesday from 5 – 6 in the lobby of the iconic Hotel Edison, before a live audience. We will run the video on our site every Thursday and then it moves onto the podcast networks.
In this episode T2C’s publisher and owner Suzanna Bowling talks with Dee Rivera, Shani Grosz, Daniela Reginato and Jane Elissa. This show was all about women entrepreneurs and empowering women.
We were so proud because the show and our guests are now featured on the TV screens in the lobby and the hotel rooms.
I am so grateful to my guests Dee, Shani, Daniela and Jane for joining me. Thank-you Magda Katz for videoing and creating the content to go live, the audience who showed up to support us, Rommel Gopez and The Hotel Edison for their kindness and hospitality.
We hope to see you there on February 28th. We will announce our guests shortly.
Live From The Hotel Edison Times Square Chronicles Presents Has Added One More Guest Dee Rivera
Women entrepreneur and empowering women is what this week’s podcast and show is about. Joining our guests Shani Grosz, Daniela Reginato and Jane Elissa is the fabulous Dee Rivera.
Dee Rivera is considered by many the Latina of fashion and the trailblazer in discovering new designers, bringing nearly 25 years of fashion and public relations experience, and working with some of the most recognizable fashion, beauty, luxury, lifestyle brands, and celebrities in the world, Dee has her polished finger on the pulse of the next big trend.
Dee’s background started in editorial fashion working for magazines such as Modern Bride Magazine, Essence Communication, and spent 3 years as the Director of Fashion at Latina Magazine. Her career shifted when she decided to dabble into public relations. Ever the entrepreneur, the rest is history. She is the creator of Latinista.com, Latinista Fashion Week, Hamptons Fashion Week, Times Square Fashion Week, and the author of Glambition Knocking Down Walls in Heels. As CEO and founder of DCG Public Relations and DCG Media Group, Dee is an expert at crafting and delivering the messages of her brands to the media, and consumers alike. She works tirelessly to secure the top print outlets as well as high profile digital magazines, blogs, and national TV with a gift of the pen and a flair for the dramatic, she is also a jet setting lifestyle writer, forthcoming author, and animal lover. Her goal is to have a farm & rescue all animals who need a home.
Follow her at IG: @dcgpublicrelations
“Live From The Hotel Edison Times Square Chronicles Presents”, is a new show that is filmed live every Wednesday from 5 – 6 in the lobby of the iconic Hotel Edison, before a live audience. To see our first episode click here and our second episode click here. Please join us this Wednesday at 5pm in the Edison Hotel lobby for this exciting chat.
Live From The Hotel Edison Times Square Chronicles Presents Our Guests Shani Grosz, Daniela Z Reginato and Jane Elissa
Women entrepreneur and empowering women is what this week’s podcast and show is about. I am so pleased to announce our guests Shani Grosz, Daniela Reginato and Jane Elissa.
For over two decades, Shani Grosz has created beautiful dresses for women. Her signature line is known for its use of color blocking and cutting-edge tailoring, creating the perfect silhouettes.
Her message is very clear: See the dress but FOCUS on the woman. She dresses News anchors, Broadway stars, television personalities and many more in the entertainment industry who flock to Shani. Shani’s designs are like the perfect little black dress –something every woman needs in her wardrobe that she can always count on to let her look her best. A graduate of Parson’s School of Design, Shani, is an internationally recognized designer with over two decades as the President and Designer of SHANI Collection. She has won many prestigious design awards for her well executed vision of “Wearable Art”. Shani works closely at developing up and coming talent. Shani designs for the modern woman, celebrating her multi-faceted lifestyle that allows her to be both feminine and strong.
Daniela Zahradnikova Reginato, has over twenty years experience in haute couture, fashion distribution, customer acquisition and retention, marketing strategy, relationship management and social-media-driven market development.
Following the launch of a successful and lucrative modeling career, Mrs. Reginato had leadership positions at the Mercer Hotel, Georgio’s in FL, Domenico Vacca and Zoom, Southampton, NY where daily sales volumes averaged $10,000. Mrs. Reginato co-founded Space Sixteen, SoHo and Southampton, NY, where she served as Creative Director and Marketing Strategist.
In these capacities Mrs. Reginato identified emerging trends and nurtured leading designers, NFP, Fairchild Baldwin, Andraab, Casana, AGF, Tusk, Lorenz-Bach, Giorgio of Palm Beach, Olfactive Studio and Victor DeSouza each. She recruited King Saladeenn, Craig Holt, Edwina Sandys and Jeffrey Teresen to provide artistic works. Mrs. Reginato also founded and funded Yoy Dally, an NGO dedicated to increasing awareness of the plight of the Romani children of Eastern Europe with links to a cultural center in Bucharest for Romani children and in concern with the Roma delegation to the United Nations, Office of Foreign Missions. Specifically, Mrs. Reginato’s work focused on addressing the harsh treatment of Romani children in Eastern European schools including bullying, low graduation rates and educational under achievement.
For the past 25 years fashion designer, artist/designer and author Jane Elissa has been voluntarily raising money for cancer and leukemia research through her benefits and designs. She is also an advocate for Leukemia Research. Her whimsical hats have become best-sellers and her handmade creations have been collected by people from all over the world.
Her unique one of a kind- appliqued, beaded, jeweled and painted NY pieces are made to inspire us to have a whimsical and positive vision of life. Her Victorian and Deco inspired retro pieces are collectibles that use vintage fabrics in combination with new ones to bring the past into the present.
All of Jane’s works reflect her unique talent of putting unexpected pieces together in a collage to create a story. She not only encourages you to try and imagine “her” story, but also to see into the works and create your own. With her commitment to charity and her expert craftsmanship, she’s proud to present these works for sale.
“Live From The Hotel Edison Times Square Chronicles Presents ”, is a new show that is filmed live every Wednesday from 5 – 6 in the lobby of the iconic Hotel Edison, before a live audience. To see our first episode click here and our second episode click here. Please join us this Wednesday at 5pm in the Edison Hotel lobby for this exciting chat.
It Was A Saltburn Midsummer Night’s Dream Ending Fashion Week Shani Grosz
Nobody puts on a fashion show like Shani Grosz. Closing out the week Shani’s over the top “A Saltburn Midsummer Night’s Dream” display over at the Copacabana at West 51st Street was part Moulin Rouge and part circus.
You were greeted with performances and trucks handing out vintage popcorn.
In the audience were the actresses, athletes and television news anchors Shani dresses. I saw Rita Crosby and the two-time U.S. national champion and Olympic Figure Skater Gracie Gold whose new memoir just came out.
The fashion was ultra feminine and flattered every women’s figure. Shani Grosz’s dresses have such a flattering fit, that she makes every woman look like a superstar. Her clothes are timeless, elegant, her fabrics are sourced from all over the world. Feathers, beading, embroidery, Swarovski crystals. and sequins create a floaty, dreamy feeling, but these are women who have their feet firmly planted on the ground.
Shani has dressed thousands of women who because of the career and life styles must look fabulous and feel comfortable, because there is an audience watching their every move. Grosz knows how to make all women look and feel their best, no matter what their job is.
The Shani’s Collections are sold at Saks and Nordstrom. The Focus by Shani line is available at Nordstrom Rack, Saks Off 5th and Kohl’s. Both collections are available online at www.shanicollection.com.
Front Row at César Galindo
César Galindo’s is a highly sought-after A-list designer, stylist, with an uncanny flair for beautiful creative visions.
Over 35 years in the business, Cesar’s designs have been seen in Houston, New York, Paris, Hong Kong, and Milan. He has creating paradigm-shifting designs that have shaped iconic brands, including Dolce & Gabbana and Calvin Klein.
He has helped establish and grow brands such as L.A.M.B. by Gwen Stefani, the Kimora Lee Simmons Collection, and the newest launch of Baby Phat. Three Cesar Galindo gowns stunned patrons of Diane Von Furstenberg’s prestigious MET gala, including one for the hostess herself.
With sequins and rich jewel colors. This is a collection that is wearable and will make you stand out in any event.
It was fun watching Consuelo Vanderbuilt walking the runway, showing fashion is timeless.
The hair by Eddie Wunderlich, was so chic, simple and high fashion. He truly knows how to show off the glamor of fabulous fashion. Eddie along with Dee Rivera invited me to experience César Galindo’s stunning work and I am so glad they did.
At the show was writer and socialite Dena McCoy, make-up artist Amanda Dobery, artist Roger Sichel, Michael Hershman the CEO of the Soloviev Foundation, Fashion industry expert Ezequiel De La Rosa and so many more. fashion is definitely alive in NYC,
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