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35 Splurge-Worthy Jewels to Love for Valentine’s Day

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What’s not to love about heart-shaped jewelry? When it comes to Valentine’s Day, we suggest leaning into the sickly sweet holiday, so opt for 14k hearts by Tiffany & Co., Anita Ko’s red rubies, and dangling rosebud earrings by Of Rare Origin, a brand backed by Oprah (our eternal Valentine). Celebrate the holiday with 35 fine jewelry pieces by our favorite designers you’re bound to love, here.

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Greek Love Charm

Marlo Laz
marlolaz.com

$2,675.00

Made in collaboration with the Have a Heart x Muse collaborative charm collection, the 14k gold charm is inscribed with four of the seven types of Greek love. Ten percent of sales will benefit the Lower East Side Girls Club.

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Black Onyx Heart Talisman

Harwell Godfrey
https://www.harwellgodfrey.com

$2,500.00

100 percent of the profits from this 18kt gold black onyx heart talisman will be donated to the NAACP. So far, Harwell has already raised over $117,000. 

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B Blossom Ring

Louis Vuitton
louisvuitton.com

$5,950.00

This 18kt rose gold ring takes Louis Vuitton’s iconic monogram flower to a new level, with diamonds sitting atop a beautiful pink opal.

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Macri Heart Pendant

Buccellati
buccellati.com

Here is Buccellati’s take on a classic gold pendant, adorned with a diamond center.

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Micro Heart Signet Ring

Tiffany & Co.
tiffany.com

$900.00

A fun take on a classic signet ring, engrave it with your own initials.

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Polka Dot XO Onyx & 14kt Gold earrings

Retrouvai
matchesfashion.com

$4,895.00

Give yourself a hug and a kiss with these kitschy cute “XO” 14kt gold earrings with onyx polka dots.

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Sweet Alhambra Heart Bracelet

Van Cleef & Arpels
Van Cleef & Arpels

$1,200.00

This dainty rose gold chain bracelet will add a fun pop of color to your wrist. 

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18kt Arrow Earrings

Irene Neuwirth
farfetch.com

$2,070.00

Cupid shot these pave diamond arrows right through our hearts with these 18k gold Irene Neuwirth earrings. 

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Fiorever Ring

Bulgari
bulgari.com

$4,250.00

The Fiorever Ring is set in 18kt rose gold adorned with two brilliant-cut diamonds with pave diamonds set along the petals. The flowers are inspired by the Roman symbol for happiness and joy.

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The Bellini Earrings

Of Rare Origin
net-a-porter.com

$1,075.00

These gold vermeil pink rose earrings by Of Rare Origin (a mother-daughter run business and a favorite of Oprah!) are hand carved by Italian artisans and adorned with pearls.

20% of profits of these earrings will be donated to the Italian Red Cross Association. 

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Small Heart Sequin Bracelet

Marie Helene de Taillac
twistonline.com

$850.00

Marie Helene de Taillac’s 20 kt gold sequin heart bracelet can be worn as a statement bracelet or layered with the rest of your arm candy.

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Love Bracelet

Cartier
cartier.com

$1,700.00

You can never go wrong with a Cartier Love bracelet.

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Opal Puff Heart Pendant

Brent Neale
maisonette.com

$1,600.00

This pink carved opal looks good enough to eat! 

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Maya Double Heart Inlay Drop Earrings

Lagos
https://www.neimanmarcus.com

$650.00

These double onyx hearts set in sterling silver caviar beads are a perfect gift for your edgy BFF.

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Happy Hearts Necklace

Chopard
chopard.com

$2,510.00

Chopard’s Happy Hearts necklace makes an ideal gift for anyone on your V-Day list, whether it’s your mom, best friend, or partner.

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Rose Gold and Ruby Bracelet

Anita Ko
net-a-porter.com

$2,375.00

This heart-shaped ruby can be a gift for the person who has your heart.

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Aura heart-shaped diamond pendant in white gold

De Beers
debeers.com

$2,550.00

Not into yellow gold? Try De Beers’ white gold necklace with a heart-shaped diamond center. 

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Double-Sided Cora Hoop Earrings

Grace Lee
gracelee.com

$1,880.00

We heart this take on gold hoop earrings. 

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18K Yellow Gold Eye Heart U Pendant

L’Atelier Nawbar
modaoperandi.com

$860.00

L’Atelier Nawbar’s 18k gold heart pendant necklace is hand-painted with an eye to symbolize protection.

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Ruby Heart Love Token

Ashley Zhang
https://ashleyzhangjewelry.com

$1,280.00

Inscribed with the french saying “Il bat pour toi” meaning “it beats for you,” this pendant is a sweet gift for the person who makes your heart skip a beat. 

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Privé Heart Studs

Jemma Wynne
lyst.com

$2,100.00

These heart earrings accented with sapphire centers are a fun replacement for your typical stud earrings. 

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Utama Earrings

State Property
goop.com

$4,360.00

You might love these heart-shaped earrings so much you’ll want to keep them for yourself.  

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14kt Gold Secret Heart Ring

Mateo
https://mateonewyork.com

$1,950.00

Give this ring to the person who makes you feel as though your heart is floating.

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Heart 14-karat gold, enamel and diamond necklace

Alison Lou
net-a-porter.com

$715.00

Add this to your partner or friend’s dainty necklace collection. 

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Women’s Corazon Heart Necklace

Daniela Villegas
lyst.com

$5,000.00

This 18kt gold necklace by Mexican designer Daniela Villegas features a Mexican heart-shaped opal with a teeny red beetle. 

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Sapphire Heart Charm

Michelle Fantaci
musexmuse.com

$2,330.00

The pink, rose-cut sapphire sits in the center of a radiating heart.

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Bleeding Heart 14K Gold, Onyx And Ruby Earrings

Rachel Quinn
modaoperandi.com

$740.00

Our hearts bleed for these black onyx earrings by Rachel Quinn. 

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Medium Love Ring

Nouvel Heritage
nouvelheritage.com

$1,600.00

Made with 18k recycled gold, this ring takes a classic shape and modernizes it with a second chain band. 

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White Large Heart Charm

Bea Bongiasca
marissacollections.com

$950.00

This white enamel heart is a playful take on the classic pendant.  

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Square Gemstone Heart Earrings

Foundrae
goop.com

$1,795.00

An emerald cut quartz stone protects the heart token in the center of this earring, which represents the 7 types of Greek love.

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13 Red Carpet Photos From Classic Horror Movie Premieres

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The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Star Jodie Foster rocks a black two-piece at the Los Angeles red carpet premiere of The Silence of the Lambs on February 1, 1991.

For her work in the film, Foster brought home the Academy Award for Best Actress. Lambs also scored Oscars for Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lector), Best Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Picture. To date, only six horror filmsThe Exorcist (1974), Jaws (1976), The Silence of the Lambs (1991), The Sixth Sense (1999), Black Swan (2010), and Get Out (2017)–have earned a Best Picture nomination at the Oscars. The Silence of the Lambs is the only one to win the honor.

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Unsolved Mysteries That Will Shock You to Your Core

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The Lizzie Borden Murders: Part 1

On August 4, 1892, a wealthy businessman by the name of Andrew Borden, 66, and his second wife Abby were discovered brutally hacked to death in their home in Fall River, Massachusetts. Andrew’s youngest daughter, Lizzie, 32, was home when the murders occurred, but she was supposedly in the backyard barn. The only other person home at the time of their death was the Borden’s maid, Bridget Sullivan, who claims she was in her third-floor bedroom taking a nap. She awoke when she heard Lizzie calling for help from the first floor. When she ran downstairs, she saw Lizzie overlooking her dead father, who was lying on the couch – his face nearly hacked in two. Lizzie’s stepmother was later discovered in a second-floor bedroom, and the police came to the scene. After searching the house, authorities found a hatchet, similar to the one used on Andrew and Abby. Mounting evidence began to point suspicion towards Lizzie, and she was arrested on August 11, 1892. (continued)

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A Look Back at Princess Margaret’s Most Iconic Fashion Moments

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Margaret Rose, Prinzessin - Graefin von Snowdon, GB


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Take a look back at Princess Margaret’s iconic style from her most over-the-top tiaras to her iconic wedding gown.

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Princess Margaret in the garden at Windsor during the summer of 1941. She turned 11 that summer.

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Princess Margaret, seated and wearing a multi-colored dress and holding a straw hat.

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The Princess sits for a royal portrait in 1944, wearing a formal evening dress with sequined butterflies around the shoulder, and holding two pink roses.

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Princess Margaret Rose at Buckingham Palace on her 17th birthday, August 20, 1947.

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Princess Margaret, with the Lord Mayor of Bristol, is greeted by the Cadet Guard of Honor on March 28, 1949 in Bristol.

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Princess Margaret, wearing a lace dress and long gloves, receives a flower bouquet in 1949.

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Princess Margaret performed the ceremony of the re-opening of the Women’s Resident Training college for elementary school teachers at Avery Hill, Etham in 1949.

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The Princess poses in an ornate pink gown in 1949.

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Princess Margaret watches a Royal Air Force display at Farnborough in 1950, wearing more casual attire.

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Princess Margaret attends the premiere of the film Captain Horatio Hornblower at the Warner Theatre Leicester Square on April 12, 1951.

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Princess Margaret speaks at a St. John’s Ambulance Brigade Rally in 1953.

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Princess Margaret following a performance of Guys and Dolls.

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Princess Margaret wearing a bright yellow dress and matching hat during her 1955 tour of the Caribbean.

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Princess Margaret opts for a stunning hat and sunglasses at the Kingston races during the Royal Tour of the Caribbean 1955.

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Princess Margaret sports a feathered blue hat, pearls, and patterned dress during her royal tour of East Africa in 1956.

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The Princess dons a leopard coat at the Badminton Horse Trials with Mary, the Princess Royal in 1957.

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Princess Margaret dances with Jackie Toaduff at a 1958 ball hosted by the English Folk Dance and Song Society. The Princess wore a balloon-skirted dress decorated with bows.

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Princess Margaret and her new husband Antony Armstrong-Jones leave Westminister Abbey after their wedding on May 6, 1960.

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Princess Margaret arrives at the Strowger Works in Liverpool, wearing a purple coat, green dress, and matching hat.

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Princess Margaret wears a fur wrap, a ruffled pink dress, and dramatic jewelry to the premiere the movie The Alamo at the Astoria in London on October 27, 1960.

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Princess Margaret, in an orange gown, stands with Sweden’s Prince Bertil, Iran’s Prince Golam Reza Pahlevi, and Italy’s ex-queen Marie Jose at the civil wedding ceremony for Belgium’s King Baudoin and Fabiola on January 1, 1961.

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The Princess attends a Royal Command Film Performance in 1961, sporting a fur wrap, a blue gown, and plenty of jewels.

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Princess Margaret attends a wedding at Westminster Abbey in 1962

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Princess Margaret waves to the crowd during a visit to Jamaica. Here, she’s attending a ceremony marking the independence of the former British colonies on August 8, 1962 in Jamaica.

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Princess Margaret wearing the Poltimore Tiara (and a perfectly coordinated hairdo) drives into Buckingham Palace for a state banquet 1962.

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Princess Margaret wears an extravagant hat in 1963.

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Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon arrive at the Hilton Hotel in London. The Princess is wearing a cerise and gold gown and a brown mink stole.

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Princess Margaret and Sir Roger Makins at the opening of new halls of residence at Imperial College in 1963.

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Princess Margaret at a gala preview for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. The event was in support of The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

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Princess Margaret wearing an eighteenth Century ballgown and a wig to the Georgian Ball, a charity event in aid of the Friends of St. John’s at the Mansion House in London, on July 1, 1964.

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