I wrote so much about the Met Gala, yet somehow I almost forgot to comment on Madonna’s fabulous ass jewelry. Yep, just days after I admired the ass jewelry worn by Miley Cyrus in her V Magazine shoot, Madonna was wearing what could be described very literally as a big-ass cross on the red carpet.
It’s for the best that I didn’t make the ass jewelry I joked about in 2007. Because you know what would be happening now? The celebrities would still be wearing ass jewelry from other designers and I’d be all bitter saying, “But I’ve done ass jewelry! Why can’t they wear my ass jewelry?”
Along those lines, a lot of people have emailed me but I’m sad to say that Anne Hathaway’s four-ring set at the Met Gala was not one of my designs.
I use my special thorny-looking font for all my letter jewelry …
… so if the letters don’t look a little prickly, they’re not mine. Too bad, because Anne looked fabulous that night with her blonde hair and exposed nipples. I would have loved to have a picture of her wearing my pieces. I’m not broken-hearted over it though, because all my customers are celebrities to me and I’ve got lots of awesome pictures of y’all wearing my work, like this one of Julia here.
If you are a customer and haven’t been featured on the blog, holla at me at wbjewelry at hotmail dot com with some photos so I can do one of my Customer of the Day posts on you. If you would LIKE to be a customer, but haven’t taken the plunge yet, this is a good time to pick up high-end gold-and-diamond designs from one of my first collections, now on sale at eDrop-Off. I’m a guest editor at eDrop-Off today: click here to read my interview, get information on the jewelry that’s available there, see what other three items on eDrop-Off are at the top of my wishlist, and shop. I’m told that most of the bidding in eDrop-Off auctions happens at the last minute, so don’t make the mistake of bidding too low and thinking you’re safe because things seem quiet now!