Regina King wears the Simple Full Diamond Ring for her Saturday Night Live promotional photoshoot ahead of her first-time role as the show’s host on February 13, 2021, styled by Wayman and Micah.
The Oscar winner and Golden Globe-nominated director dazzled the late-night audience with her confidently witty monologue (with a special interruption by Keenan Thompson) and electric style in a neon yellow David Koma ensemble. With notable sketches referencing the viral hair mishap involving Gorilla Glue and her performance as a marketing supervisor looking for love on an MTV dating show, King proved herself to be a continuous Hollywood force to be reckoned with as she carried the positively hilarious energy throughout the show.
Consistently in the spotlight for her great style, King’s SNL promotional photoshoot does not disappoint. The Simple Full Diamond Ring is highlighted in sparkling contrast against her elegant black evening gloves. As one of the only jewelry pieces she wears in this look, the Simple Full Diamond Ring brings attention to her hands as she dons the exquisitely vintage-styled gloves.
Part of the Vendome Lace Collection, the Simple Full Diamond Ring features 18-karat gold and white diamonds studded in the ring’s lace design. The asymmetrical meeting of the two ends in the center creates a modern twist on the classic style. Available in rose, yellow, and white gold, this piece can be worn alone as a simple, everyday statement or in combination with other rings for a truly signature look, as Regina King wears it.
Inspired by our family workshop in France and named after Vendôme, the collection of bangles, rings, earrings, and ear cuffs embody all things Parisienne. For a subtly matching set, pair the Simple Full Diamond Ring with its ear cuff counterpart. For two times the glitter, consider the Double Full Diamond Ring. The golden lace detailing of the ring extends to all pieces in the Vendome Collection, including men’s pieces — the Victor and Hugo Cufflinks — which were recently featured in Harper’s Bazaar.
Did you catch Regina King’s SNL performance live, and if so, what was your favorite sketch?