Zoë Kravitz's Engagement Ring Is So Huge, You Could Likely Spot It From Outer Space
Leave it to Zoë Kravitz to confirm her engagement in the most casual, nonchalant way. During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the 29-year-old star spilled the beans, admitting that her now-fiancé, Karl Glusman, popped the question this past February. The opposite of casual and nonchalant, however? Her enormous engagement ring, which she's somehow been waltzing around with on her left hand for the past eight or so months without raising any suspicious eyebrows.
Zoë's ring hails from The One I Love NYC, a shop that carries both antique and modern fine jewelry. Mia Moross, the store's owner who worked with Zoë and Karl on the ring, described it as an "18th century diamond half loop," meaning yes, it's an actual antique that was made in the 18th century. She added, "It hosts a row of beautiful collet-set rose-cut diamonds in a closed back setting of silver topped gold, which was common during the time period and allows for the stones to emit a rich smoky hue. The piece was completely hand fabricated, and the craftsmanship is impeccable." We couldn't agree more about that impeccable craftsmanship, especially because the diamonds were meticulously cut by hand so long ago, and yet it's still in pristine condition.
Zoë notably wore her gorgeous engagement ring to the Met Gala this year, along with a supersexy Saint Laurent gown, and she's been pictured with the ring at a few other public events since getting engaged to her soon-to-be hubby. Considering the fact that her sparkler deserves its own zip code, we're pretty surprised it flew under the radar for so long. Keep reading to zoom ALL the way in on the blinding details of her bling.