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Leon Megé is soon joining Hollywood. Having now mastered ultimate heights of jewelry craftsmanship and design, Leon Megé decided to take his career to a new level and enter show business. Check out our latest feature movie release:
As we prepare for our Le Petite Collection launch, some of you might wonder: “why did they do this?” “who would wear these?” “are they for real?”
Why we did this: Oh so many reasons. If you don’t quite get why see a list of their uses: http://tinyrings.com/(for those of you that can’t find it the “List of Uses” button is at the bottom of the page.
Who would wear these? Women.
Are we for real? As real as these rings.
All of you love ‘em. Some are confused. “Well, love ‘em or leave ‘em.”
If you’re wondering about the prices, the range is approximately between $999 and $2299. To find out individual prices of each ring, you’ll just have to wait until tomorrow May 10th, 9:00 AM EST.
Other Answers to common questions:
You buy them at www.micropave.com. They’re available May 10, 2011 at starting 9:00 am.
Yes, these are worn as a pendant or charm. They’re 10mm (less than ½ inch for those who don’t know the metric system).
No, they won’t fit your pinky even if you’re the tiniest human woman.
Please keep out of reach of children and don’t try to put it on them.
These rings are collectible and come in a special collector’s box upon request. When Leon Megé croaks you will be able to sell them for an exponentially higher price than at which you bought them. They come with a certificate of authenticity and an edition number.
No, they don’t undermine a traditional engagement. That’s why they’re petite.
Any other questions? Feel free to contact us at 212-768-3868 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
-Leon Megé Inc. Team
A special thanks to Bonnie Cohen for introducing us to this event and for her flawless organization of it.
The New York Magazine Wedding Show last evening exceeded all of our expectations. Held at the elegant Metropolitan Pavilion, the overall setting and atmosphere was just as chic as the venue. Vendors from every specialty of the wedding industry gathered and displayed their best work. A full house, women and (a few men) flocked to get a peak at the top vendors of each trade. Indulging on wine and appetizers, they glided through the pavilion with immense intrigue. The event was absolutely nothing short of pure class, beauty, and sophistication.
It was truly a great honor and wonderful opportunity for us to be present at the show. We were even lucky enough to be placed across an unnamed caterer who offered the most delicious hors d’ oeurvres. Though, I never did make it to the bar due to the overwhelming amount of people that gathered by our display, showering us with oohs and ahhas. We were pleasantly surprised at this, given what we perceived to be our lack of preparedness.
We had the distinct pleasure of becoming acquainted with various vendors, including wedding planners Cheryl from Cheyl J. Weddings & Events, and Candice Benson from The Finishing Touch Events, both whom we hope to work with in the future.
Another special treat was meeting Desma Holcomb from Empire State Pride Agenda, a New York’s statewide civil rights and advocacy organization. Ms. Holcomb is running a campaign for NY Businesses to support same sex marriage, which we have joined. For a long time I wanted to design wedding sets for same sex couples and meeting Ms. Holcomb gave me inspiration to proceed with my project/
We finally had the pleasure of speaking with Kristyn Mangiamele and Antonia Baker from Women’s Entertainment Channel. Even as a straight man, I actually enjoy watching WE. I love Fraiser reruns and one of my kids (who aspires to be a chef) likes the Amazing Wedding Cakes show. Our Marketing Director, Olga T., also informs me that she’s hooked on Ghost Whisperer and pretty much every wedding show.
Weddingchannel.com offered an instant win contest for a $5,000 shopping spree. We didn’t expect to win, but we did think it was a cool idea.
Meeting all the vendors and (festively intoxicated) attendees definitely left a wonderful lasting impression. As a first year participant of the show, we weren’t quite sure what to expect. We will definitely be back next year!
P.S. The answer to last post’s riddle is fortune cookies. We had customized with funny wedding theme messages. Here are a few:
Size does matter! (When it comes to diamonds
Esposas: Spanish for “handcuffs” and “spouses.”
Wedding transactions: Credit card = groom → bride; Bills = bride → groom.
If you’re a Bridezilla, we have your wedding Ringzilla.