Gen Z Will *Instantly* Love these Bio-Resin and Lab-Grown Diamond Engagement Rings
Last year we saw plenty of throwbacks to styles inspired by the 80s — remember the comeback bubble skirts made or puffy sleeves? Those things haven’t necessarily gone out of style yet and, in fact, there’s plenty of other things we’re seeing that say 80s-inspired. Just look at these playful transparent rings that resemble once trendy plastic bijoux. Launched by Ukrainian brand, SOLO for Diamonds we see a juicy-colored limited collection of alternative rings for Gen Z and Millennials.
Part of what makes these engagement rings so special is that they are genderless and sustainable. Made of organic bio-resin, 14k gold, and lab-grown diamonds up to 3 ct, their ethical production and use of natural materials are in line with conscious consumption. Namely featuring no petrochemical elements or plastic and yet they are touted as exceptionally firm. Brand creator and GIA expert running the biggest diamond-growing plant in Europe, Yulia Kusher says, “Every owner of our jewelry will make its deposit into the salvation of our ecosystem.
“Our jewelry launch challenges against the traditional classic and accomplish any fashion outfits.” With a modern vision and subtle accents, the details are refined. Each individual ring is an elegant accent that complements individuality with its unique radiance from inside. Better yet, they are appropriate for pairing with any outfit, whether casual in style or an evening
Available in NYC and LA, retail prices vary from $2,000 for a 0.5 ct stone to $20,000 for a colored 3 ct diamond. The cuts are classic: cushion, pear, marquise, and emerald.