Always drawn to interesting architectural shapes, I created a stack that's clean, edgy and geometric, with just a whisper of raw texture. Saturn Ring: One of my favorites from my own collection, Adeline Jewelry, the Saturn ring is a playful experiment in shape and form. I love the versatility of the asymmetrical knife edge.
Braid Ring: Katrina's braid rings are simply the perfect addition to any stack. In this case, the soft texture warms and softens the stark lines of the other rings.
Black Diamond Eternity Band: Make no mistake - Lauren Wolf knows how to design a badass ring. This one, with its spiky black diamonds, toughens up my finger with a bold and edgy punch.
Diamond Arch Ring: Satomi is a master of creating simple and delicate pieces that are at once interesting and unusual. The high plane on the top edge of this ring adds dimension to the mix.
Cusp Ring: Another from Adeline, this angular ring stands out on its own but its clean edge makes it an ideal centerpiece for this geometric harmony.
THE FEMME FATALE STACK
I piled on the pavé in my stack, mixing yellow and rose golds with black and white diamonds, and layering many delicate bands for maximum impact. Lauren Wolf’s massive 4 carat gray diamond ring tops things off with a showstopper statement piece.
Three Diamond Ring: This killer rose cut gray diamond set in 18k rose gold is like a cosmic dream.
Black Diamond Nesting Band: The perfect complement to Lauren’s three-stone rings, in dark black diamonds and contrasting yellow gold.
Rose Gold Nesting Band: A romantic version, with white diamonds and peachy 18k rose gold.
Open Slice Pavé Ring: This severe slice cuts the sweetness of the stack with edgy geometry.
Black Diamond Eternity Band: A classic eternity band with the modern touch of black diamonds.
Absolute Black Diamond Band: My all-time favorite ring in the shop, with channel set black diamonds.
LW black/rose half eternity: A more organic take on the pavé band from Lauren Wolf, with black diamonds set in rose gold.
THE THROWBACK QUEEN
I prefer a stack with a little bit of funk; curved lines, negative space, with mixed metals and tons of texture. Vintage rings lend well to this aesthetic, creating depth with their age and tone. Older styles can bring a lush elegance to more streamlined contemporary pieces.
Victorian Oval Garnet Ring: A favorite of mine for quite some time. This ring carries such a unique profile. When I first saw it, I couldn't my eye's off of it. I also find the deep crimson hue quite exquisite.
Vintage 22k Gold Band: The deep golden color of this band is strong enough to turn my pupils into hearts. This golden boy is true swank smithed into a ring.
Vintage Diamond Ring: This ring here is all about texture and shape. It is unassuming at first, but as you look closer, the dimension continues to unfold.
Vintage Diamond Band: I mean, come on! The darkened areas? Those old school rose cuts?! This band stands beautifully on its on and in stacks. This is my most loved diamond band of all time.
Silver Serpent Ring: Unfortunately I do not, as of yet, own a serpent ring. But when I do, it will be this one only. This one always. This one forever. Anthony's craftsmanship here is eye popping. The form is equally graceful as it is fierce.