Sunday, February 19, 2012

Shooting Hoops

What’s the current fashion frenzy over – Big Luscious Hoop Earrings– you see them everywhere from the Braxtons to the Kardashions. And hoops that sparkle – well that is even better. My hoop earring collection is accented with sparkling rhinestones and sexy metal mesh, keeping you fashion forward this season. Combo your colors to get just the right look from sleek silver to bright blues and apple greens.

Searching for all the latest drama of Basketball Wives? We have the drama translated into jewelry that makes your outfit into a statement. Try our large hoops with balls or spike accents if you love what Jennifer Williams is wearing this season! Mesh balls make these dazzlers lighter to wear.

 Tip -- Hoops give you versatility – they are sassy and make a statement for everyday and their size gives them glamour and glitz for evenings. Hoops are the perfect way to make a fashion statement – they frame your expressions – that’s where you want them looking. So tell the world you’re bold and check out my designs at All Earz Jewelry.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012


Let's come together to stop the Government from controlling our freedom on the net!

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

New Webpage Launched!

It is finally here! has now gone live! Check out the newest, latest, and greatest in jewelry style and design! Don't wait, check it out today!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Model Mondays - Sakena Cesar the "Caribbean Queen"

Model Monday's are a spotlight on the new faces in the fashion industry. Models who are making a  name for themselves! This Monday we bring to you the BEAUTIFUL Sakena Cesar. We briefly talked and asked a few questions.  So here we go.

AEJ: Tell me a bit about yourself, the fun and informal?

Sakena Cesar: I'm 21 years young(smiling). I was born in Brooklyn, NY and moved from Staten Island, NY to Durham, NC when I was 5. My family and I lived in Durham for a year before we moved to Cary, NC which is where I was raised and consider my "home." I now live in Palm Coast, FL. I come from a unique ethnic background. I am Indian-Jamaican and Haitian and proud of my heritage. My family is my world and there is nothing I wouldn't do for them. I have 1 niece and 3 nephews whom are growing up too fast for me. I enjoy watching each of them grow into unique individuals. I also love food! My Mom is known for her equisite Jamaican dishes and I love my Grand Mother's Haitian cooking, YUUUM(my mouth is watering just thinking about it). I'm open minded and appreciate the small things in life. I'm always willing to try almost anything at least once. I feel in life that it is not good to be close-minded because you are missing out on the greatness life has to offer you.

AEJ: What got you interested in modeling?

Sakena Cesar: The idea of being a canvas for an artist and the creating of a story without words is absolutely fascinating to me and is what initially interested me in the modeling industry.

AEJ: What sets you apart from others in the modeling industry?

Sakena Cesar: I believe what sets me apart from others in the industry is my fresh and uncommon look. I enjoy observing the industry and I'm intrigued by the many different aspects the modeling industry has to offer such as photography, different types of styling, and editing just to name a few. I hope to branch out and try it all.

AEJ: Who is your favorite designer or who is the fashion industry would you like to work with?

Sakena Cesar: I would love to work with John Galliiano, Alex White, Karl Lagerfield and many many more. I would also love to do prints/adds for Guess and BEBE.

AEJ: What are the popular misconceptions of models?

Sakena Cesar: Popular misconceptions of models are that we just look pretty in front of a camera and do not put much effort into our work, which is far from the truth!

AEJ: What projects are you currently working on?

Sakena Cesar: I'm actually working on submitting to a model search(don't want to give too many details). I have a few photo shoots planned for the next 2 weeks to give my port more sparkle:).

AEJ: If you had only 6 months left to live, what would you do with that time?

Sakena Cesar: With 6 months to live I would spend as much time with my family as possible and travel the world(Jet Setting)!

So enough talking, I'm sure you can tell that Sakena is a very intelligent and family oriented woman. And her ethnic background is very intriguing. And since my husband is Jamaican, I know why she loves food! Just fell in love with Curry Goat! Let's take a look at some more shots and you can check her out on the web.

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