LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lights, Cameras, Diamonds! TACORI, the legendary fine jewelry designer known for exquisite platinum and diamond rings, created a Red Carpet experience to celebrate Lucky Magazine's second annual Fashion and Beauty Blogger (FABB) event at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills.
Tacori brought more than 1.5 million dollars' worth of diamonds to the Lucky FABB event by showcasing fabulous "RoyalT" platinum engagement rings (all of which feature center diamonds that are 3 carats or larger), the newest designs from the "City Lights" fashion collection, as well as items from "The Vault", which are one-of-a-kind platinum designs and which have been worn to the Academy Awards, the Emmys and more.
TACORI brought the Red Carpet to life with an elegant step-and-repeat photo experience which allowed every blogger to capture their Red Carpet moment with lights, cameras, and diamonds. Two Ford models, decked out in TACORI jewels from head to toe, posed with the bloggers on the red carpet for added glamour.
As a nod to the social component inherent with the savvy Lucky FABB bloggers, TACORI also had a livestream Instagram feed projected onto a 47" flat screen TV, where bloggers could see their TACORI red carpet moment projected for all too see, which ran for Instagram photos that used the hashtag #TacoriFabb.Full press release available here: http://www.tacori.com/blog/press-release-tacori-rolls-out-the-red-carpet-for-lucky-magazines-fabb-blogger-event/ About TACORI: TACORI is famous for their internationally recognized signature crescent silhouette design and for being an innovator in the design, creation and marketing of fine jewelry for over four decades. Spanning four decades, TACORI designs have fused classic elegance with modern inspiration, creating some of the world's most highly regarded and exquisitely beautiful diamond rings, diamond engagement rings, wedding rings, men's wedding bands, diamond earrings, diamond bracelets, diamond necklaces, and Fashion jewelry. Handcrafted in California, the remarkably detailed rings and fine jewelry pieces become the timeless symbols of connection that join individuals and generations. SOURCE TACORI