At the AMAs performance, Braxton, 52, wore a gorgeous Yousef Al Jasmi off the shoulder, floor-length, white lace gown. The sheer dress was complete with an elaborate white shawl.
Aldo Dinelli started 30 years ago when his first opportunity opened at Cartier NYC, in 1990, where he was under the wing of both Arnaud Bamberger, Executive Chairman of Cartier Worldwide, and Ralph Destino, the Chairman-Emeritus of Cartier, Inc. It was here that Dinelli showed his natural ability, tenacity, and dedication, and that in turn awarded him the respect and mentorship of the ‘Quiet Legend’ in the industry, Mr. Louis Glick, as well as other famed, powerful jewelers and “Godfathers” in this industry like Simon Critchell, and William Goldberg.
Aldo Dinelli went on to create his own company, ICON Jewels, with his partner and wife
Cynthia Pinot Dinelli.
Dinelli has a history of collaborating with many jewelry houses, style icons, Hollywood stars and famed musical performers, as well as several NFL and NBA mega athletes. Throughout his career as a jeweler he has courted Presidential Families, including the late George H. W. Bush / 41st President Of The United States.
When I asked why he loved this business so much he simply smiled and said, “When you buy a jewel for yourself or a loved one, don’t we all want something just as unique and rare as the person wearing it? I believe that investment grade rarity is where our clients should position themselves when acquiring something special for a loved one. If the technical aspect and financial quotient of a fine piece doesn’t synergistic ally make sense, I simply won’t present it to my clients. Jewelry is a form of expression, no different than love, food, and art…It is an expression of who we are; what we are…the very foundation of this business is based on the act of giving, and expressions of love.”