What do Marilyn Monroe, Rihanna, Prince, and Pink Floyd have in common? They all sang about diamonds. We have diamonds and pearls, diamonds in the sky and we also have diamonds on the souls of her shoes. We also have famous singers like Neil Diamond that just flat out flaunts it on his name. Rihanna, loves diamonds as we do, she holds an annual charity ball, named aptly, The Diamond Ball. She's pictured above in a diamond choker with a rubellite pear drop. At Covett we love all types of diamonds, rather than sing about them we prefer wear our diamonds. The allure of this so not humble piece of carbon is undeniable.
Our Top 20 Songs about Diamonds
- “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” by Marilyn Monroe
- “Buy Me Diamonds” by Bea Miller
- “White Diamond” by Kylie Minogue
- “Diamonds and Pearls” by Prince
- “Diamonds” Lil Xan
- “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” by Pink Floyd
- “No Diamonds” by SAFE
- “Diamonds Are Forever” by Shirley Bassey
- “Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes” by Paul Simon
- “Diamonds” by Giorgio Moroder feat. Charli XCX
- “Diamonds and Gold” by Mac Miller
- “Diamonds Dancing” by Drake and Future
- “Diamonds” by Rihanna
- “Diamonds on the Water” by Enya
- “Diamonds Make Babies” by Dierks Bentley
- “Diamonds From Sierra Leone” by Kanye West
- “Diamond Heart” by Lady Gaga
- “Diamonds” by Jauz and Kiiara
- “Disappointing Diamonds Are the Rarest of Them All” by Father John Misty
- “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds” by The Beatles
Diamonds – Are They A Man’s Best Friend?
Over the last two years, diamonds and pearls have shined from the necks, wrists and lapels of celebrities such as Timothée Chalamet, Daniel Kaluuya, Farrell Williams, Jared Leto, Eisap Rocky and Harry Styles. They are rocking their masculinity by going against traditional gender boundaries. The fact that these A-listers are not afraid of brilliance stimulates confidence in other men.
So, with Fathers Day coming up and you cannot bear to gift another pair of socks, tie or a wrench set, don't be afraid to rock the boat and gift him some amazing piece of jewellery, if you are really smart you can gift him something you can "borrow" and wear yourself as well!
Today, many young men wear jewellery comfortably — chains, signet rings, and bracelets are urban staples. Glittering stones have proven to be fascinating to the growing pool of male shoppers. Although sales for fine jewellery generally fell in 2020, demand for London jewellers Shaun Leane and men’s diamonds increased 44% year-on-year. With a 50% increase in Shay in LA, Matches Fashion has begun editing 36 glitter designs from 11 brands. Boucheron CEO Helene Puri Ducain calls this category “promising.”
Kering’s latest campaign in the Maison of Paris presents a male model with gold and diamond ear clips and thick emerald and diamond pinky rings shining across the ceiling. “We want men to be full of diamonds,” she says. We, ladies at Covett could not agree more! We want everyone to be covered in diamonds.