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Stainless Steel Cross Pendant Antiqued with Black Enamel
Stainless Steel Cross Pendant Antiqued with Black Enamel
Beautiful Stainless Steel Cross Pendant Antiqued with Black Enamel. Unique Double Layer stainless steel pendant antiqued with black enamel. The intricate scroll work on top of the cross makes this piece unforgettable. The cross is large, so it is best to make a cardboard template in the measurements of 83mm by 53mm (3.27 inches by 2.10 inches) to be sure the size is right for you.
This cross will be worn beside the heart day after day for years to come, making this a treasured keep sake.
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Fashion Week Fabulousness

Fashion Week Fabulousness
London Fashion Week, 2008

This is as close as I get to something Valentine’s day-ish 🙂

Just a quick upload before I head out to once again inflict my camera on some poor unsuspecting fashionistas….Thank you so much to everyone for visits, comments, favs etc over last few days- I will reply in more detail when I get home.

Messy’s DO NOTS for Fashion Week 2008:

#1 DO NOT eat a giant double chocolate muffin in front of the fashion crowd even if you are about to keel over from plummeting blood sugar levels- very uncool. In fact, do not consume ANY food whatsoever (champagne, black coffee and cigarettes are allowed- in abudance).

#2 DO NOT block or stand in the way of "pro" photographers and video peeps when they are trying to get a shot (even if trying to get "The Shot" yourself)- seeing oneself on the "big screen" beside a 6ft, size 6 model is never healthy for one’s ego (particularly when one has the flu and rudolph-style nose)!

#3 DO NOT let on that you are not a pro photographer (despite the fact that you may have a rather small point and shoot camera which you wield around wildly in excitement) or that you are without a "Press Pass". Pretend you know what you are doing- utter "yep, yep, thats great, darlin’, beaaaaaautiful- can I just get you to turn to the left a little more… gorgeous babe!" at regular intervals when taking photos; befriend as many friendly- looking people as you can- they are often in the same situation as you and will know the in’s and out’s of Fashion Week (and where the closest toilets are!); act nonchalantly when trying to get on the Moet courtesy bus (free Champers!) and treat anybody who questions your right to be there to a look of utter disdain and a toss of your freshly blowdried blonde mane (okay so I haven’t actually done this- but maybe today is the day!)

# 4 DO NOT act silly excited when the PR guy asks if you want to go into the show. Give a curt nod, saunter past and then text ALL your friends to tell them "you’re in!!!"

# 5 Last but not least, DO NOT embarrass yourself in front of an A-List celeb. I heard this mortifying account as I was milling around yesterday outside The House of Holland show: "So, yeah, like, I saw these two gorgeous girls coming towards me and thought they would make a great fashion week photo. So I stopped them and asked if I could take a photograph- but halfway through the sentence I went "oh, god, are you famous or something- aren’t I suppose to know you……oh god, I think you are….oh my, you have lost so much weight…Sorry I’m rambling- well, you’re not Sharon, cos that’s your mum…oh wow, can I still take your photo…..oh god, you are Kelly Osbourne. I’m from Australia and only really new at this……".

Okay, so maybe it was really me and maybe it was Kelly Osbourne and probably I’ll never work in this town again 🙂

xxx

Messy

Omaha Fashion Week 2010

Omaha Fashion Week 2010
Omaha Fashion Week 2010 – Photos courtesy of The Village Photographer – Omaha:
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fashion week parties

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Stainless Steel Fleur de lis Diamond Cross Pendant on 18 Inch Cable Chain Necklace by Black & Blue Jewelry Co NYC
Stunning Fleur de lis three layer stainless steel cross with gold ip accents on the black ip cross which is the second layer of cross. Situated in the center of the cross is one icy round full cut .005ct diamond. This unforgettable cross is designed by the talented Asher Hoffman, co-founder of Black & Blue Jewelry Co. NYC.
The Stainless Steel
The high-quality stainless steel used is known as 316L, referring to the purity and hardness of the stainless steel. 316L is surgical steel, it is used by surgeon’s.
This steel is gentle on sensitive skin and is also a highly robust metal that retains its shape and luster, will not tarnish, and is virtually impervious to wear. It can easily be polished to restore the original luster.
Care of Stainless Steel Jewelry
Clean with hot water and soap. A steam cleaner can also be used. The ultrasonic cleaner can be used on stainless steel jewelry without gemstones. We do not recommend putting precious gold or gemstone-set stainless steel in an ultrasonic cleaner. Hand cleaning with hot water, soap, or alcohol, as well as steam cleaning, is the preferred method of cleaning.
About Immerse Plating
Immerse Plating is a process where Titanium particles are dyed, placed onto another metal, then heated substantially in an oven to bond the Titanium particles to the other metal. This process is used on Stainless Steel, Titanium, and Dura Tungsten. Immerse Plating is metal-to-metal bonding, making this plating stronger than electroplating, where the metal is simply dipped in a plating solution. The Men’s Jewelry Store offers a two-year guarantee, after which we will repair or replace any piece with worn off plating for a nominal fee.
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