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Victorian brass drop jewelry finding. Makes Big Splash Among Jet Set at
 Exclusive Summer Soiree in the Hamptons

HOUSTON, TX - Aug. 11 (PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- On Saturday, July 29, 2006, wowed the Hamptons jet set by throwing an exclusive summer soiree at the Stereo House in the Hamptons. Celebrities and socialites alike decked themselves out in exquisite - and one-of-a-kind - Whiteflash designs and partied the night away to the tunes of DJ Sky Nellor.

Actress Chloe Sevigny, model Lydia Hearst, and R&B star Ashanti were amazed by the craftsmanship of and they glittered among all the guests. Famous for her starring roles in "Boys Don't Cry" and "Big Love," Chloe wore Whiteflash's newest piece from their Alpha Omega Collection: an exquisite kunzite, amethyst, peridot and "A Cut Above" (ACA) diamond drop necklace. She topped this off with another stunner: an 10 carat amethyst, peridot cirtrine and ACA diamond cocktail ring, worth $4300.

Party hostess, Lydia Hearst, the current face of the 2006 Bottega Veneta campaign and famous for gracing the covers of Italian Vogue and Nylon magazines, chose a one-of-a-kind icy rarity as her centerpiece; an amazing 7.52 carat ACA Hearts and Arrows pendant on a 0.40 carat diamond and platinum chain. Lydia wowed the partygoers with this standout piece, along with a 4.75 carat white gold mesh diamond bracelet and Whiteflash signature 11.48 carat diamond earrings. All in all, Lydia was no "diamond in the rough" this evening, dressed in over 23+ carats of "A Cut Above" diamonds worth over $600,000.

"Round, square cut or pear shape, diamonds are timeless, and can never be too big," smiled Hearst. "And, I must say, this is certainly the case when it comes to Whiteflash! is a new generation of diamond designs with brilliant and dazzling cut. As the saying goes, diamonds are a girl's best friend!"

Hollywood starlet and Grammy award winning R&B singer, Ashanti, also stopped by the party, but not without accessorizing herself properly. Ashanti wore a striking pair of dark citrine, blue topaz, peridot and ACA diamond drop earrings worth $5,800.00 from the Alpha Omega Collection, which perfectly complemented her yellow halter dress for the night. For bangles she chose simple but classic Whiteflash bangle bracelets - one in yellow sapphire and diamonds and the other in pink sapphire and diamonds - to complete her wardrobe for the evening.

"I love the combination of precious gems and diamonds in the Whiteflash pieces," said Ashanti of her Whiteflash jewelry. "The earrings, bangles and gorgeous necklaces can be worn on the red carpet and to special events alike."

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"This was the perfect time and backdrop to throw a fun summer party in the Hamptons," said Debi Wexler, CEO of "The 7.5 carat ACA diamond Lydia wore may be the world's most finely cut large diamond and deserves a night out to party." she pronounced. "All three of them dazzled the guests with our designs, and I am especially glad that Chloe and Lydia wore pieces that have never been seen in public before tonight.

Contemporary drop earrings is the first company in the U.S. to offer an exclusive brand of Hearts & Arrows diamond and bring the sheer beauty of "super ideal cut" to the Internet. Brian Gavin, a 5th generation diamond cutter, and Debi Wexler, a computer entrepreneur, together founded in 1999 bringing an expansive selection of loose diamonds to the Internet, including an exclusive brand of Hearts & Arrows diamonds. 'A Cut Above' (ACA(TM)) is unmatched in its brilliance, fire and sparkle and remains the only Hearts & Arrows diamond sold online with advertised standards and a "true patterning" guarantee. also offers original, handcrafted platinum and gold settings, diamond engagement rings and wedding bands, custom designs and specialty jewelry.
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