If you ask Reyne Hirsch’s closest friends, they’d be quick to tell you she confidently walks to the beat of her own drum. That also happens to be exactly how she’d describe her own style: 

Unique and unexpected. 

A Hermes Birkin bag paired with a classic white tee from Gap. 

She’s casual-chic meets powerhouse professional — and that’s exactly her vision for her new jewelry line, Love Letters. 

As a media maven and guru herself, Reyne knows how essential it is to have affordable access to sophisticated, unassuming and gorgeous jewels that effortlessly go from the office to a cocktail hour. She was inspired to create her colored diamond collection to give women the perfect conversation starter. Her delicate, simple necklaces capture your attention and they shine — but a little differently than their brilliant, faceted cousins. 

Reyne knows a thing or two about identifying luxury goods, considering she rose to fame as on-air talent for PBS’s Emmy-nominated series, Antique Roadshow. Her expertise has been touted as the host and co-producer of NBC’s Houston station, KPRC, The Art of Collecting, and as the current host of Ridiculous Ranches on RideTv.

Away from the red carpet and camera, she founded Reyne Gallery, specializing in 20th-century decorative arts, wristwatches and collectible cars. She also acquires and sells luxury goods for clients privately and at auction. Her genius within the high-end markets has been featured in several books, and she’s the author of three of her own, including a guide to wristwatches for Krause. 

With her thorough and seasoned background in luxury, consumer goods, she’s armed to make priceless, timeless pieces as a budding jewelry designer. No matter if you’re in the market for a diamond necklace for yourself, for your best friend, family member or significant other — her carefully-crafted and striking pieces will send the right message. 

A diamond may be a girl’s best friend — but a colored diamond? It’s the companion of the modern woman who knows her value can’t be boxed in tradition.