Zac Posen is no stranger to the world of weddings; in fact, he was the one who designed the blush pink second bridal gown that Princess Eugenie wore as well as his own collection of jewellery. On the other hand, he recently let everyone know about his own great news: he is engaged!




Recently, the American fashion designer, who is 41 years old, took to Instagram to publish a series of love-filled photographs with his new fiancé, the ballet dancer Harrison Ball, and in the course of doing so, he exhibited his very contemporary engagement ring. He wrote "Engaged [ring emoji] 8.8.22 @ harrisonball__" in the description of the photo. [Image courtesy of Instagram] The last image was a close-up of his left hand, and on his ring finger, what is believed to be a platinum band with an estimated worth of roughly £5,000 (£4.1k) could be seen.



According to Jenny Luker, head of Platinum Guild International USA, "Zac's platinum engagement ring is a beautiful combination of a classic high polished band with black diamonds or onyx that are channel set into the heart of the band." "This brings a really contemporary and eye-catching element to the table."



"Because the ring gives off the impression of being made of platinum, its natural white color and shape will not change over time; as a result, it will be able to be handed down through the generations of the family for many years to come! My best guess is that the cost of this ring is probably in the neighborhood of $5,000.



The news that Zac will wed Harrison Ball was revealed in a statement he made.


There was a huge outpouring of support and congratulations from the celebrity's friends and fans in the comments area after they found out the news. One of the first people to congratulate the pair on their engagement was Misha Nonoo, who wrote, "So thrilled for you!" in an Instagram post. After her, Reese Witherspoon also took to Instagram to congratulate the newlyweds, writing, "Congratulations!! " Ashley Graham, meanwhile, gushed, "This couple!!!! ""


This most recent turn of events takes place only a few short months after Zac debuted his most recent collection of "inclusive" wedding rings in collaboration with Blue Nile. In an interview with Brides, he noted that the collection was "deliberately created to convey love, regardless of gender."



He proceeded by noting, "Engagement rings and wedding bands are one of the oldest and purest markers of love and marriage that have withstood time and have transcended customs." [Citation needed] [Citation needed] It was very important to me that the designs I created for this collection be one of a kind and that they stand the test of time. It was also very important to me that they represent love, togetherness, and marriage for anyone who wears them.



Zac is responsible for the creation of Princess Eugenie's wedding dress, which had a light pink color.


Even if the available options include pavé bands that are made of either white or yellow gold, it would appear that none of them are a suitable replacement for Zac's ring. If, on the other hand, his peculiar band has peaked your curiosity, you have the option of purchasing an identical high-shine platinum version of it for the price of £1,222, or you may acquire a comparable platinum ring with black diamonds for the price of £1,950.