Tiffany & Co Gives Its Iconic Bone Cuffs A Fresh Coat Of Colour

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Elsa Peretti’s designs for American jeweller Tiffany & Co. are rightfully iconic. But none, in this writer’s opinion, more so than the Bone cuff, first introduced in the early 70’s. This year, Tiffany & Co. is celebrating its 50th anniversary, the house’s Elsa Peretti Bone Cuffs – originally available in yellow gold, rose gold, and sterling silver – are now available in a special edition collection reimagined in vibrant red, blue and green finishes over copper, a nod towards the now 80-year-old designer’s love of colour.

The day Elsa Peretti became a part of Tiffany & Co was the day we entered a new era in our history of design innovation. describes

Michael J. Kowalski, former chairman and CEO of Tiffany & Co.

If you are not familiar with the Elsa and Tiffany story, here’s how it goes: in the ’70s, America’s leading fashion designer Roy Halston Frowick introduced his long-time friend and frequent collaborator Elsa Peretti to the jewellery house. She already had a number of accolades to her name, including the 1971 Coty American Fashion Critics’ Award for Jewellery. In 1974, the two began a formal working relationship, her debut collection sold out on the day it was launched, elevating sterling silver to luxury status overnight. The pieces Peretti designed for them, like the Bone, Bean, Mesh, Diamonds by the Yard, among many others, have since gone on to become iconic and legendary – not light words to be sure, but totally apt.

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Elsa Peretti modelling in a Halston fashion show in the 1970s, wearing her own jewellery designs.

The Bone cuff is perhaps chief among them. When it was first released, it completely bucked the convention of jewellery design. Instead of architectural lines and flashy gemstones, Peretti looked towards biomorphism and a sleek sensuality inspired by organic forms. Peretti credits the inspiration to a recurring childhood story of symptomatic curiosity. As a young girl, she would repeatedly pocket a human bone from the 17th-century Capuchin Crypt in Rome, only to be told off by her mother and told to return it.

Some designs are instant classics that will never age; others are provocative and positively ahead of their time. Elsa Peretti’s ergonomic Bone cuff, designed for Tiffany & Co. in the 1970s, manages to straddle both categories.

That’s perhaps indicative of Peretti’s penchant for being inspired by the curious, the unexamined and the unexpected. One of the earliest wearers of the Bone cuff was Liza Minelli, who was urged by Halston to try the style in place of flashy jewellery. Minelli describes her attraction to the cuff as immediate, being drawn almost innately to the feminine sensuality of the design.

 

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The Bone cuff is also one of the finest examples of Elsa Peretti’s design philosophy. A believer in the purity of line, purpose and essential elegance, the cuff strips away the glitz and glamour for understated sculptural beauty. What might seem offhandedly simple is actually a carefully researched and designed piece of work – to wit, the cuffs are shaped and designed differently and specifically for the left and right wrists. They sit comfortably on the arm, almost an extension of the wearer’s own form – a hidden ergonomic element to the artfulness of the design.

Peretti also noted the influence that Casa Milà, Antoni Gaudí’s striking 1912 building in Barcelona with an undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, had on the design. Compare the two, and the curves seem synonymous.

There’s also, of course, all the attractive associations with Elsa Peretti that come with the Bone cuff. In times when creativity seems challenging, it’s comforting to recall an alleged Peretti quote: “If the work is not coming clearly and somewhat quickly, you must stop. You must rest so that you can fulfill the vision correctly”. Couple that with the artistry of her life’s work (her designs for Tiffany & Co. are in the permanent collections of numerous art museums), and you’ve got a totemic objet d’art with a dazzling history around it.

 

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Tiffany & Co. Bone cuff designed by Peretti, the jewel has been given a modern update through colour. In a nod to Peretti’s love of bright colours, these new editions of the copper Bone cuffs have been been lavished with electric reds, blues and greens. Each of these special edition cuffs features a celebratory inscription on the inside of the design. Worn on both wrists, of course.

Jewellery should be personal, dear and cherished, and these are the kinds of energies I want close to me. Worn on both wrists, of course.

Elsa Peretti

The 50th anniversary celebrations will continue throughout the year, with new additions to the Bone cuff collection being launched in the coming months. In September, Tiffany & Co will launch an 18ct yellow gold Bone cuff with green jade accents. Silver editions with black jade or turquoise details will follow in October.

Elso Peretti’s iconic Bone Cuffs are available at Tiffany & Co’s boutiques worldwide, and online. Come into the beautiful world of Tiffany & Co.

 

 

 

 

Tiffany & Co. Converts Its Iconic Gift Bag Into Premium Leather Totes

 

 

Tiffany-Co-Blue-Tot-2020Tiffany & Co‘s iconic blue shopping bag has just been made into something a little more long-lasting. Replacing the bag’s paper construction is soft Tiffany Blue® calfskin leather coupled with a standard tote-style leather top handle.

This Italian calfskin tot bag also receives further enhancements in the form of a magnetic closure and a front logo stamping in black. Available in two sizes, the large sits at 15” long x 11” high x 7” wide while the small arrives at 7” long x 8.5” high x 4” wide with a detachable shoulder strap.

Both the large and small sizes are available now over at Tifany & Co for a price of $1,350 and $975 USD, respectively. Come into the beautiful world of Tiffany & Co.

 

 

 

Sold! LVMH buys Tiffany & Co in $16.2 billion deal

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The luxury French conglomerate and the American jeweller reach an agreement and it’s a big deal… In one of its biggest moves of the year – after Bvlgari, Chaumet, Fred, Hublot, and many others – LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) acquired fabled American jeweller Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion, solidifying its place as the world’s biggest luxury group.

The deal, which saw LVMH initially bid $120 per share back in October before both parties settled on $135, will help re-energise the jewellery brand and its business which has seen a substantial drop in interest in America as well as abroad. The blockbuster move will strengthen LVMH’s position in jewellery, creating heady competition for Swiss conglomerate Richemont, which owns both the French Maison’s Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, and has dominated the hard luxury category in the past few years.

We are delighted to have the opportunity to welcome Tiffany & Co, a company with an unparalleled heritage and unique position in the global jewellery world, to the LVMH family. We have an immense respect and admiration for Tiffany and intend to develop this jewel with the same dedication and commitment that we have applied to each and every one of our Maisons. We will be proud to have Tiffany sit alongside our iconic brands and look forward to ensuring that Tiffany continues to thrive for centuries to come.

Bernard Arnaul, LVMH chairman and chief executive officer

With 75 distinguished Houses, Tiffany & Co now joins LVMH’s massive stable of luxury brands which include fashion houses Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, and Celine, as well as beauty retail giant Sephora. “As part of the LVMH group, Tiffany will reach new heights, capitalising on its remarkable internal expertise, unparalleled craftsmanship and strong cultural values”, Alessandro Bogliolo, chief executive officer of Tiffany.

Come into the beautiful world of Tiffany & Co.

 

 

 

 

Tiffany & Co. White Edition

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American jewelry and silverware company Tiffany & Co was founded in 1837 in New York. The company’s founders are Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young, who started the company named Tiffany, Young and Ellis selling stationery items. The name was changed into Tiffany & Co in 1953 when Charles Tiffany took control,and  made jewelry the company’s area of expertise. Tiffany published their first catalog, known as the ‘Blue Book’, in 1845 and has continued this practice up till today. Several famous and experienced designed currently create collections for Tiffany: Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso, Jean Schlumberger, Frank Gehry, Richard Lambertson and John Truex.

In the late 1980s, Tiffany & Co. entered the fragrance business. The first fragrance was released in 1987 – a floral perfume for women by perfumer Francois Demachy, simply called Tiffany. Two years letter Tiffany for Men was launched in 1989 and created by perfumer Jacques Polge. The flacons were designed by Pierre Dinand. Several other fragrances for men and women followed. In 2017 Tiffany & Co for women was launched. A beautiful fragrance created by Daniela Andrier. Guided by her passion for gemstones and jewelry, perfumer Daniela Andrier created a composition for Tiffany & Co inspired by their jewelry collections.

 

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Tiffany & Co White Edition is a limited edition flacon that carries the famous Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum composition from 2017, in which iris is placed center stage because Daniela considers it to be as precious as a diamond.

This modern, artisanal scent, with the noble iris at its heart, is as exhilarating and inspired as love itself. Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum is a radiant and modern scent that opens with vibrant top notes of vert de mandarine. At its heart, the precious iris flower adds strength and femininity that grounds the composition with refinement and sophistication. The fragrance adds a sensual finish on the skin with warm nuances of patchouli wrapped in gentle musky notes.

 

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The elegant, clean and modern scent is accompanied by a new flacon design. The new Limited Edition flacon is colored in milky white alluding to the color of snow, packaged just like Tiffany & Co’s iconic blue jewelry box, and is intended for the upcoming holidays.

Celebrate the joy of the season with this limited edition white holiday flacon, which can be personalized with custom engraving to make the perfect gift at Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co White Edition is available as 50ml Eau de Parfum in a limited amount. Come into the beautiful world of Tiffany & Co.

 

 

 

 

Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum Holiday Edition

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In 2017, American luxury jewellery house Tiffany & Co opened a new chapter in their fragrances with the release of Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum. In September, its intense variant was launched as Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum Intense.

This modern, artisanal scent, with the noble iris at its heart, is as exhilarating and inspired as love itself.

For the winter holiday season, Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum comes in new holiday packaging. The fresh and elegant musky fragrance of iris retains the original composition, created by perfumer Daniela Andrier from the house of Givaudan. The composition contains notes of vert de mandarin, precious iris, musk and patchouli.

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Created to evoke the scent of diamonds, bare skin, and a sense of timeless elegance, this sparkling floral musk fragrance manages to be in turn eminently sophisticated yet modern & even slightly whimsical.

Top notes: Vert de mandarine
Heart: Noble iris
Base: Patchouli, Musk

The scent opens with vibrant top notes of vert de mandarine. At the heart, a precious iris flower is the hero ingredient. Tiffany’s association with the iris dates back to the earliest sketches found in the Tiffany Archives and is deeply entwined in the DNA of the house. It was an iris brooch set with demantoid garnet blossoms and Montana sapphires that earned Tiffany the grand prize at the Paris Exposition in 1900. Harvested in France during the months of July and August, the iris butter is obtained through a unique hydrodistillation extraction, exclusive to the Tiffany fragrance, ensuring a pure, bright, sensual and long-lasting richness to the final note. This signature ingredient adds strength, femininity and grounds the composition with refinement and sophistication. Patchouli base notes wrapped in a blend of soothing musks is sensual on the skin.

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This holiday season, Tiffany & Co. introduced the latest chapter of its ‘Believe in Dreams’ campaign, which takes viewers behind the scenes of a Tiffany workshop where surprising and surreal moments unfold, featuring a star-studded cast of characters, featuring Naomi Campbell, Zoë Kravitz, Maye Musk, Xiao Wen Ju, and Karen Elson.

The campaign film opened at Tiffany & Co.’s iconic Fifth Avenue flagship store, where actress, musician and style icon Zoë Kravitz stars as a Tiffany sales professional working late into the evening. Kravitz is drawn from reality into a Tiffany Blue® dreamscape infused with pops of neon.

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Naomi Campbell behind the scenes

At the heart of this whimsical wonderland is an underground holiday workshop with craftspeople, and at the helm is a quirky manager played by model Xiao Wen Ju. The exquisite workmanship and masterful artistry of Tiffany & Co are brought to life in a series of witty vignettes with cameos from models Karen Elson and Maye Musk, among others.

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Zoë Kravitz

The journey culminates in a ‘madcap tea party’ hosted by Naomi Campbell, complete with a delectable selection of pastries from Tiffany’s Blue Box Cafe and housewares and table settings from the Home & Accessories collection. By the end of the story, Kravitz discovers that the magic of Tiffany & Co is where creativity and craftsmanship come together.

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Xiao Wen Ju

The ‘Believe in Dreams’ holiday campaign showcases both Tiffany & Co.’s iconic and new collections, including Tiffany Paper Flowers™, Tiffany HardWear, Tiffany T, Return to Tiffany® and Tiffany Keys.

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Maye Musk

The fantastical film set draws inspiration from the accessories and home collections, with life-sized designs adding another layer of surrealism. The film was directed by Mark Romanek, most recently known for creating Beyoncé’st Lemonade and features Boston rock band Aerosmith’s hit Dream On, that was released way back in 1973.

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Karen Elson

Now the first time I listened to this track, I thought that’s not Steven Tyler singing. But it turns out these are indeed his vocals as he used to sound in the groups early days. I think this recording sounds more like a classic rock ballad than most of the bands later work, but great in its own way. This Tiffany & Co advert song featured on Aerosmith’s self-titled debut album.

 

2018-Tiffany-&-Co-Eau-de-Parfum-Holiday-Edition-FlaconTiffany & Co perfume flacons are designed to be an ideal gift, and the new limited edition is especially suitable for the winter holidays. A reworked glass resembling a diamond is coated in silver, while Tiffany Blue® shades are present in the details.

Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum Holiday Edition is available as a 50 ml Eau de Parfum, and is available at Tiffany & Co boutiques and selected stores worldwide. Come into the wonderful world of Tiffany & Co.

 

 

 

 

Diamonds Ara A Girls Best Friend, but how to choose and buy a diamond

 

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Yes, we get it, diamonds are a girl’s best friend – we’ve all heard this before and so have jewellers around the world drummed this into our collective consciousness ad nauseum. These beautiful little rocks never fail to make our hearts skip a little, whether as a brilliant-cut gem perched high on an engagement ring, as a square princess cut, or cut in a luscious pear shape and set alongside different coloures stones. The world’s best jewellers never seem to run out of ideas and designs. And we just love them all. Buying them, on the other hand, is a different matter altogether, which can range from mildly stressful to downright nerve-wrecking.

When you are planning on purchasing a diamond it is important that you know as much as possible about how diamonds are classified. There are four topics you need to become familiar with: Cut, Color, Clarity, and Carat Weight.

When you’re buying diamond jewellery, it certainly helps to have good knowledge not just of the product but also the industry that deals in it. This is because whether you end up with the best stone for your budget or an overpriced dud depends nearly entirely on how wisely you choose. Exhibiting at the recent Singapore Jewellery and Gem Fair 2018, local bespoke jeweller Infiniti Jewels shares 10 diamond-buying hacks and tips that you won’t get from just any jewellery merchant. Want to be a savvy jewellery investor? Keep reading.

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The famous four C’s

Cut

When we speak of cut we are more interested in the proportions of the diamond as opposed to its shape (Round Brilliant, Marquise, Pear, Princess, etc.) Every diamond regardless of its shape gets it brilliancy and scintillation by cutting and polishing the diamond facets to allow the maximum amount of light that enters through its top to be reflected and dispersed back through its top. A correctly cut, ‘well made’, stone is pictured in diagram 1. As you can see if the angles are correct the light that enters is dispersed properly back through the diamond’s top facets. When a stone is cut too shallow (diagram2) or too deep (diagram3) the light that enters through the top is allowed to escape through the diamond’s bottom and does not allow the maximum beauty of the diamond to be realized.

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The number of facets has very little impact on the ultimate value of a stone

It’s a sales gimmick to market a stone as having a lot of facets but while more cuts simply make a stone sparkle more, it’s just maybe three to four per cent more. Today, with the increased understanding of light dynamics and diamond cutting, many companies have developed new, modified round brilliant cut diamonds.

If designed correctly, these extra facets of the modified round brilliant could benefit the overall beauty of a diamond, such as in 91 facet diamonds. But having additional facets doesn’t automatically mean better sparkle because if the facets are not cut in the right proportion, ultimately it sparkles less.

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Color

Diamonds come naturally in every color of the rainbow. However most people are concerned with diamonds in the white range. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) rates the body color in white diamonds from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow).

The best color for a diamond is no color at all. A totally colorless diamond allows light to pass through it easily, resulting in the light being dispersed as the color of the rainbow. Colors are graded totally colorless to light yellow. The differences from one grade to the other are very subtle and it takes a trained eye and years of experience to color grade a diamond.

If you’re not buying to invest, G coloured stones are the worthiest buys

D, E, F coloured stones are the best, followed by G, H, I, J. But people in the trade do often group G stones in the colourless category because they’re practically colourless and there’s minimal difference between D, E stones and F, G stones.

If you’re buying to invest, go for D, E, F coloured stones

But if you’re getting a stone as an investment, then it makes sense to get the very best that you can, which means D, E, F colour

If the cut grade is poor or just good, even D colour flawless diamonds will not sparkle well

This affects the ultimate sparkle of a diamond. Experts will be able to tell if a stone has been cut well in the way that highlights its best qualities.

 

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Clarity

The clarity of a diamond is determined by the amount and location of flaws, or blemishes, in the diamond when viewed under 10 power (10x) magnification. GIA rates clarity grades in diamonds from Flawless to Imperfect 3 (see chart below). The Diamond Shopping Network offers you diamonds from the Imperfect 1 grade through Flawless.

Most diamonds contain very tiny birthmarks known as ‘inclusions’. An inclusion can interfere with the light passing through the diamond. The fewer the inclusions, the more beautiful the diamond will be.

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Diamonds have the capability of producing more brilliance than any other gemstone. A diamond that is free of inclusions and surface blemishes is very rare… and therefore very valuable.

It’s a misconception that the more inclusions, the worse the clarity

Clarity is how deep or obvious the inclusion is. There could be just one but really deep, and the stone becomes an SI quality diamond. Compared to a VS2 diamond that could have had several light dots on the surface, the SI stone may not offer poorer clarity even though it’s graded lower. But very often you can’t see these with the naked eye, so it may not matter so much. However, if you’re buying as an investment, it makes sense to aim for as close to D flawless as possible.

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Carat-Weight

This is the weight of a diamond measured in carats. As the carat weight of a diamond increases so does its rarity and therefore its price.

One carat is divided into 100 ‘points’, so that a diamond of 75 points weights .75 carats. The carat-weight of a diamond is the easiest measurement to determine. Most importantly, two diamonds can be of equal carat-weight, but their value can differ greatly due to their cut, color, and clarity.

Carat refers to the weight, not the size

A stone can look larger because it has been cut better but weigh slightly less. It’s not always the bigger the weight the bigger the stone.

Value depends on the best balance of the 4Cs

You can’t just go for carat or colour, or clarity or cut. A 3 carat stone suggests high value but it could be a very low colour and just average quality. It will be far less valuable than a 2 carat D flawless diamond. You have to assess all the variables together and get a balance of what the stone offers.

You’ll get the most bang for your buck by knowing what variables affect you the most.

If you want the best of the 4Cs, prices can and will skyrocket. To work within your budget, you need to decide which of the four Cs matter most to you. For instance, clarity may be less critical because no one can tell with the naked eye if a stone is VVS1 or VS1. On the other hand, carat may be more important in some cases because just by looking, you will be able to estimate the size of the stone.

Prices jump significantly from category to category

There is one pricing bracket for stones under 1 carat, and that makes a big jump when you go into the 1 to 1.5 carat category. Then when you go into the 1.5 to 2 carat category, expect another big jump, and so on. Thus, for maximum savings, what you can consider are stones that come in just under. For instance, instead of a 2-carat stone, go for 1.9 carats.

Certification is important

The most prestigious certification body is GIA. You’ll know that a diamond has been GIA certified when you examine it under the eye-glass and you see its GIA number which has been lasered onto the surface. No two stones have the same GIA number.

Don’t rush into your diamond purchase. Take your time and evaluate your choice carefully. It took billions (yes, billions) of years for nature to form your diamond and the skill of a master diamond cutter to bring your diamond to you. The time you spend now can bring you a lifetime of pleasure, satisfaction, and happiness.

Come into the beautiful worlds of Boucheron, Bvlgari, Cartier, Tabbah, Tiffany & Co.

 

 

 

 

Tiffany & Co Intense

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American jeweler Tiffany & Co extends its fragrance line with one more thrilling and precious perfume for women, Tiffany & Co Intense. Tiffany & Co Intense perfume is the new flanker to last year’s edition Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum that gained a huge success and praise. Many wearers that simply adore Tiffany jewelry find brand’s fragrance truly unique, delicate, and beautiful. The new fragrance promises a romantic and lovely fragrance as it comes with the slogan: ‘All you need is love’.

Created by famous perfumer Daniela Andrier, Tiffany & Co Intense perfume is as a soft spicy/ambery with floral touches. It opens with spicy pink pepper and fresh mandarin leaves along with floral iris calmed on a woody layer made of amber, benzoin and musk notes. 

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All  Tiffany & Co perfume flacons are designed to be the ultimate gifts for any occasion. The faceted glass of the Intense flacon resembles a diamond, while Tiffany Blue shades are intensified in this edition. topped off with a shiny silver-colored flacon collar adorned with the jewelers logo.

Tiffany & Co Intense perfume is available as 30, 50 and 75ml Eau de Parfum Intense. 

 

 

 

 

J.Lo Wears Tiffany & Co. for Her New Video

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Have you seen J.Lo’s new single, El Anillo? Dressed in skin-tight bodycon, embellished with diamonds, she has exclusively worn Tiffany & Co’s jewellery for the whole music video. The main attention straight goes to the 15-carat emerald cut diamond ring. It is set in an engagement ring, with her gold embossed initial on the signature blue Tiffany’s box.

In the video, J.Lo also wears gold jewellery from Elsa Peretti Bone Cuffs and T-Collection ring which were stacked on both of her hands! Talking about ultra-glam…

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The video has sparked a rumour that the singer has engaged with her boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez. When asked about a future marriage proposal to the actress and singer, “I will tell you this. She came out with a great, great song ‘Anillo’. I think it went up to one or two [in the charts]”, says Rodriguez, the retired Major League Baseball star, said during an interview with FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino.

J.Lo has been actively promoting her new singles. Last Sunday night at the Billboard Music Awards 2018 in Las Vegas, J.Lo also wore her diamond rings and perform yet another Spanish-language single, Dinero.