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Lily Collins’s Pink Engagement Ring Signals a New Trend in Settings
A jewelry designer shares her thoughts on the style.
Updated Oct 12, 2018 3:47 AM
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Wedding postponements, Zoom ceremonies, and stoop celebrations are the new normal when it comes to getting married in 2020. One romantic tradition, though, is still alive and well: engagements. And celebrities have been getting engaged in droves. The most recent? Lily Collins.
Over the weekend, Collins’s boyfriend, director Charlie McDowell, proposed on a nature-filled road trip to New Mexico. The couple shared matching Instagram photos spilling the happy news, and while the landscape was certainly eye-catching, we couldn’t help but notice a different kind of rock: her ring.
Designed by Irene Neuwirth, the bespoke, rose-cut diamond looks to be the subtlest shade of pink and set against a thick gold band with vintage vibes. According to fine jewelry designer Caitlin Mociun, nontraditional rings are quite common these days. “I have a good amount of clients looking for unique and antique-style stones,” Mociun tells Domino, citing her old European cuts as best-sellers.