FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JEANNIE VIANNEY AND CIRQUE INTRODUCE “CORONATION”
A Ring and Nail Polish Collaboration
New York, NY (September 25, 2013) – Inspired by the resurgence of rose gold in the fashion world, award-winning jewelry designer, Jeannie Vianney, and popular indie nail brand, Cirque, have teamed up to create a special edition ring and nail polish duo. This eye-catching set exudes luxury and royalty by combining common monarchy symbols through shape and color.
True to Jeannie Vianney’s signature style, the rose gold-plated ring is modeled from a piece of lace cast into metal to form a crown shape. The delicate texture lends an air of elegance while the adjustable design accommodates most sizes. To complement the blush hue, Cirque designed a royal purple nail lacquer complete with multidimensional shimmer. The formula features a translucent finish that allows the copper sparkle to peek through while being buildable in 2-3 coats.
“We are excited about the collaboration since nail polish and jewelry go hand in hand. This partnership will be a great way to introduce our customers to each of our product offerings,” says Vianney. The two-piece set comes complete in a pouch and black gift box, making it the perfect package for gifting.
Launch date: October 8, 2013
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About Jeannie Vianney
Winner of Texas' Next Top Designer, Jeannie Vianney creates fashion forward jewelry in sterling silver and gold plate. Her signature style consists of exquisite and detailed lace cast jewelry. She has a phenomenal eye for discovering vintage and new laces and a talent for transforming them into heirloom pieces. She loves the permanence that casting lace into metal creates and often pairs these pieces with different semi-precious stones and pearls. Her pieces have been featured in numerous publications such as Lucky Magazine, DailyCandy, Washington Post, and many more. They have also been recently been featured in GBK's Academy Award Gift Lounge and in HBO's True Blood television show.
Cirque is an artisanal line of hand-blended nail polish made in New York. The name Cirque, meaning ring or circle, represents the color wheel and the endless color possibilities in the continuum. Creator, Annie Pham, sought to develop colors that transcend those of conventional brands by experimenting with unique pigments and raw materials. Cirque nail polish is 3-free, which means it does not contain toluene, formaldehyde and dibutyl phthalate.