Update: Mila Kunis selected Alexandra Mor’s one of a kind 26.16ct emerald cabochon ring to accessorize her Alexander McQueen gown at the London premiere of Oz: The Great & Powerful.
One of my favorite jewelry designers, FGI Rising Star winner Alexandra Mor, has been featured in a new ad campaign for Gemfields, an ethical gemstone supplier. The gorgeous Mila Kunis gets to wear the stunning sugarloaf emerald ring in this ad photographed by Mario Sorrenti.
“Collaborating on the design of this ring with Gemfields was a natural fit. Their team stands apart in today’s gem mining landscape as a truly unique group of individuals who genuinely support the values of craftsmanship, ethical mining and responsibility towards the environment. I am especially honored to be included in their initiatives since we both share the same important values. Each and every Alexandra Mor gemstone and diamond is ethically sourced and perfectly made. “– Alexandra Mor
Sounds like a match made in (gemstone) heaven.
“Alexandra Mor has been a natural fit for Gemfields from the start, and her modern, sophisticated take on colored gems was perfect for our ad campaign. Mila loved the clean lines and bold scale of Alexandra’s stunning sugarloaf-cabochon Zambian emerald ring, and chose it immediately as one of her favorite pieces on set.” Randi Molofsky, Marketing Director, Gemfields
Couldn’t have found a better muse. Mila even toured Gemfields’ Zambian mine recently, and has impressed everyone involved with her enthusiasm.
Alexandra Mor creates truly amazing bespoke and demi-couture jewelry in New York City. You can find her designs at her website here. Gemfields has created the world’s first integrated pipeline to bring emeralds directly from the mine to the international market. This means that consumers will now be able to trace the origin of each gem from the source and can follow its journey to purchase.