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Custom fireworks have a secret hidden meaning.
Humble boast: I want to interview Ariana Grande. *Pause the applause. *Also, although we discussed her new futuristic beauty brand rem there, when I logged into our Zoom phone, the first thing I noticed was her sensuality.
Yes, her makeup is flawless-blush smoky eyes, high gloss lips, glittering highlighter on the tip of her nose just right-but her clothes are called my name. Ari wore a bra top decorated with crystal inlays, which was covered with a plaid print of the college style, actively shaping the beauty.
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Although most of her styles are minimal and focused on her charm, my gaze has been back to the teardrop-shaped diamonds hanging on her ears-because they look really familiar. A few seconds of Google searches told me why: Just last May, I had spent hours staring at them. Ariana wears her wedding earrings.
Each earring contrasts with her engagement ring, which is specially designed to pay tribute to her grandfather. Each earring is set with a pear-shaped diamond hanging from a pearl stud. When I asked Ariana about their situation and pointed out that her wedding was like my Super Bowl ("Gosh, I'm so excited to tell my husband this!"), the "Location" singer happily confirmed my suspicion.
"I am, yes! I am [wearing them]," Ariana said. "Are you kidding? Yes, you recognized them! Thank you, that's great."
In their exclusive report on Ari's top-secret micro wedding, Vogue.com revealed the meaning behind these custom fireworks.
"Lorraine Schwartz's pearl and diamond earrings were chosen to match the bride's engagement ring-one upside down (a tribute to her aesthetic that began in the Sweetener era), and the other right side up. The meaning behind this is significant for Ariana Because it represents appreciating the lowest or'upside down' moments in her life and how they contribute to her current position and identity."