It’s time to put together your jewelry wish list for Santa. We have a few bejeweled suggestions if you’re stuck for ideas.
MVP (Most Valuable Pair) of Shoes
Nick Cannon is an actor, comedian, musician, TV host, and just about everything else. Now he can add to his list of bragging rights that he wore a pair of shoes studded with 14,000 diamonds, totaling 340 carats.
No ordinary cobbler made these dazzlers: jewelry designer Jason Arasheben of Jason of Beverly Hills spent four months sourcing the diamonds and 2,000 hours crafting them. The shoes will set your Secret Santa back about $2 million.
Decked out in Diamonds
What is the perfect complement to diamond shoes? A man’s shirt with gemstone buttons. Sajid Sumra, who runs Knightsbridge Shirts, came up with the idea; interested shoppers include sheiks, wealthy Russian businessmen, and oil tycoons. Place your order early: there’s a six-month wait for one – just in time for Father’s Day.
The Ultimate iPhone
In a world of “me-too” smartphones, you want yours to be noticed. Falcon Luxury can help you: it offers platinum or gold iPhones encrusted with your choice of gemstone, be it a diamond, emerald, ruby, sapphire, topaz, aquamarine, among others. Prices range from $2 million to $4.25 million. USB cables, power adapter, and earpods are included.
A Manicure to Match
If you own a solid gold Phone you’ll want your fingernails to be every bit as impressive. MINE Luxury Nail Lacquer offers Gold Leaf Top Coats as well as 24K Gold Lacquer which is– a one-coat nail polish pigmented with pure 24 karat gold.
Ingenuity is the only limit when it comes to creating new uses for diamonds and gemstones. And since creativity is in endless supply, expect to see more delightful creations in 2015.