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It was upgraded to another iron ball in 1920, an aluminum ball in 1955, a computerized aluminum and rhinestone ball in 1995, a crystal ball in 1999 and a LED ball to celebrate the centennial in 2007.
Pink carnations, cubes of Jell-O, an air plant, a single rhinestone earring, a tuft of steel wool — almost no object is too low, or high, to qualify.
Nature Boy, Flair’s nickname, is sewn on the back with 164 rhinestones filling in the scrawling cursive text.
For the occasion, the socialite wore one of the label’s signature styles, a matching set composed of a pale yellow terrycloth hoodie and short shorts embellished with plenty of rhinestones, but of course.
Aziza Benjamin, 24, a criminal justice student at LaGuardia Community College, had decorated her face with paint and blue, green and yellow rhinestones for her home country, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
By the 1960s, Cochran became a headliner in Las Vegas, taking the stage in glittering capes and rhinestone-studded suits, outrageous looks that Elvis would later adopt as part of his own Vegas shows.
Or perhaps, Jenner and Rihanna are simply sticking to the original American style rule: Anything goes with jeans, even shoes bedazzled with 3,000 rhinestones.
BUY NOW Lime Satin Trim Strappy Bodycon Dress , PRETTYLITTLETHING, $38 Leather, but with rhinestones!
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Origin and Etymology of rhinestone
First Known Use: 1890See Words from the same year
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