All the Uneek Pieces Featured in The Knot Spring 2016 Issue
Spring is almost upon us, and we’re kind of excited about that, thanks to the The Knot Spring 2016 issue (hitting the shelves this week), which got dropped on our laps today. First of all, look at the gorgeous cover, with its ultra-refreshing palette of Carolina blue, hunter green and spring bud! And look at that dress that the cover model is wearing: have you ever seen a sequin dress so divine? (The dress is from Amsale.com, by the way; check our their sequin dresses by clicking here.)
Of course, there’s another we’re head over heels in love with this issue—three other reasons, in fact! Uneek is featured not just once in this issue, but three times!
The first piece is the “Fiorire” oval diamond halo engagement ring from our Amore Collection, featured alongside other designers in a story about oval-centered rings (page 188 of the book). Towards the end of last year, a lot of people were predicting that the oval shape is going to be hot this year, and it looks like they were right! That ring you see there is the all-white version of the “Fiorire” ring—but Uneek also has a two-tone version, which has the filigree detail in rose gold, for those of you who like that rosy touch.
And speaking of rosy touch, everything’s coming up, well, rosy in a style story called “Boudoir” in page 206: a Uneek pink diamond engagement ring from our Natureal Collection is featured there. That is our LVS882, and the photo shows a 1.23-carat fancy light pink cushion-cut center. There’s something incredibly romantic about a cushion-cut pink diamond, and we’re glad the editors at The Knot agree! Click here for more pink diamond engagement ring styles from our Natureal Collection.
Finally, the fashion spread “In Bloom” (beginning in page 342), photographed by Tom Corbett and styled by Laura Pritchard, is just the most picture-perfect way to welcome spring: wedding dresses and veils with floral details got us all giddy! The last photo from the story (page 349), of course, is our favorite: the model’s Frida Kahlo stare, her avant Hepburn dress, her swan neck, and, although you can’t see her feet because it was a medium shot, her poise gives the illusion that she is assuming the fourth position in ballet, like she’s ready to glide silently through the back door. Or through the elevator, in this case: old industrial freight elevator door against pastoral chinoiserie wallpaper… We’re breathless! Of course, she is wearing Uneek’s tri-color stackable diamond bands, ushering in a new era where stackables are the new “it” in wedding bands.
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