Yael Designs Launches Novelique Engagement Ring Collection

Award-winning fine jewelry house Yael Designs debuted the Novelique Collection that features one of a kind, hand-engraved engagement rings, inspired by a romantic journey through Turkey.

Designed in collaboration with New York artisanal jewelry designer Christine Huber, the Novelique Collection celebrates the crossroads of modern and ancient, of East and West, of two lives bound to each other. Inspired by the designer’s trip through Turkey, which sits at the crossroads of two civilizations, the Novelique Collection features delicately engraved rings with intricate motifs found in architecture, carpets, tile work and mosaics from the Ottoman Empire.

       Yael Designs Novelique

We presented the Novelique Collection and several of Yael Designs’s newest fashion pieces to editors in New York, where it launched a social media storm.

We started our NYC press tour at The Knot, the premier bridal publication, where the designer Christine Huber got a chance to talk up her collection with the fashion editors, who had a blast trying on the rings!

Christina Huber The Knot Novelique Engagement Collection on The Knot

Our next stop was the offices of the two biggest names in fashion – W and Elle magazines, whose jewelry editors were both huge fans of Yael’s jewelry.

                                W and Elle Magazine

We also chatted with the editors of People StyleWatch, whose fashion editor fell in love with this morganite stunner. From their Instagram post, it looks like the ring has a lot of fans!

      Yael Designs on People Style Watch

But you know the best part of working with a jewelry brand? Yes, that’s right, trying on the jewelry! We got a chance to sample the rings ourselves – it was amazing to see the details of the collection first hand.

                      Novelique Engagement Ring Collection

Sasha Vasilyuk

Sasha Vasilyuk is the founder of I Do PR and an award-winning journalist who has covered travel, culture and business for Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, San Francisco Chronicle and others.

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