Women and Jewelry: Doris Panos

Tracing back many generations, Doris Panos’ family was involved in the art of jewelry making. Though her father was a dentist, all of her uncles were jewelers. Not surprisingly, Doris preferred diamonds over dentures. Therefore, it was inevitable that Doris follow the traditions and passion Read More …

Here’s Your Hopping List of Things to do This Weekend

Find the perfect things to do in Houston Easter weekend with our Houston Weekend Guide for Friday, March 30 to Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018 Cheer on your favorite golfers during the Houston Open, dress in cosplay at Anime Matsuri 2018, see Robert Ellis in concert, hunt Read More …

Women and Jewelry: Gumuchian

Since the turn of the century, the Gumuchian name has earned a well-established reputation in the diamond and jewelry industry for providing superior craftsmanship and spectacular designs. Jewelry designed by Women for Women – the Gumuchian ladies have been manufacturing high quality jewelry in the Read More …

Women and Jewelry: Niki Kavakonis

Exemplifying clean lines and a variety of themes, Niki Kavakonis’ designs can be found on the most stylish of women and men. Born in Canada into a family where Art and Design were both appreciated and promoted, her Greek father (who also worked in the Read More …

Women and Jewelry: Pamela Froman

The “Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry Collection” features handmade pieces comprised of a mixture of colored precious metals and exquisite, rare natural stones. Originality and meticulous attention to every detail are hallmarks of Pamela’s signature look; because each item is handmade, no two will ever be Read More …

Women and Jewelry: Elizabeth Rand

What initially began as a relaxing hobby blossomed into a lucrative career for Elizabeth Rand.  Before starting her own company, Elizabeth Rand, Inc., she was an award winning packaging designer. She also designed and created her own jewelry, and then eventually did the same for Read More …

Women and Jewelry: Federica Rettore

Italian by birth and culture, Federica Rettore developed an international awareness in design while living some years in U.S.A. during her youth. In 1989, her sculpture “The Fall of Angels” was the only opus to represent the New Liberal Art Academy of Milan at the Liberal Art Read More …

Your Rockin’ List of Things to do This Weekend

Find the perfect things to do in Houston this weekend with our Houston Weekend Guide for Friday, March 23 to Sunday, March 25, 2018.  Jam out to your favorite bands at In Bloom Music Festival, celebrate German heritage in Tomball, raise funds in a floppy hat at Hats Read More …

Women and Jewelry: Judith Ripka

Award-winning designer Judith Ripka inspires those who appreciate style, design and uncompromising quality. “When a woman is wearing my jewelry, I want her to feel as if she is wrapped in one of life’s luxuries,” states Judith. Taught to see the beauty in all the Read More …

Women and Jewelry: Farah Khan Ali

Farah Khan Ali’s parents Sanjay and Zarine Khan are big on the Bollywood circuit. Her younger sister Suzanne married successful Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan and her brother Zayed is a much drooled-after big screen sex symbol. As a result, Khan Ali’s life is one of Read More …