Inside Grazia HQ: 5 Things We Loved This Week From J.Crew's New Shoes To Rihanna's Ring!

08 March 2013 by

1. Rihanna's ring!

We got a little star struck when we tried on a ring that had actually been worn by Rihanna at a showcase, held by jewellery designer Annoushka for Beirut designer Selim Mouzannar. This crossover ring priced at a mere £7500 wraps around your finger like a hug, a big expensive hug. Here are a few other pieces that blew us away…

The Link, a tough combination of wood, metal and diamond links make for the perfect statement piece

The Kastak, a totally interchangeable piece of art that looks like an ancient heirloom

2. ASOS Roadshow

We got a visit by ASOS this week when they set up shop in our office to showcase their new goings on for high summer - that’s April fashion fact fans, so get your mouse at the ready. The four pieces are in store VERY soon…

Grape cluster and crystal earrings

Ruffle maxi gown

Tulle and neon dress

Pretty applique sunglasses

Metallic cage heels

3. Fishy fun

Well technically not a fish but a shellfish. Hannah Almassi found her Tibi lobster skirt on  online store Moda Operandi. The punchy red and contrast white print is sure to make a statement when paired with a crisp white cotton shirt come summertime!

4. J.Crew shoes

While Regent Street awaits the imminent arrival of its newest store J.Crew, you can buy these amazing shoes that have just gone live now via the website with only a £7 shipping fee and no extra hidden charges! Click [a target="_blank" href="">here[/a]  to get sugary hues, block heels and blinding metallics.

5. Best In Show

With four recent canine additions to the team, Grazia is fast becoming the power to the pooch magazine. So when the Harvey Nichols campaign launched this week, with pooches in this season’s hottest bags, there were oohs and coos up and down the office. So pack your Shih Tzu in your Celine to ensure you’re oh so on trend.


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