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After months of trying to catch a glimpse of it from grainy paparazzi photos, fans have finally gotten a good look at Hailey Baldwin's engagement ring from Justin Bieber, and it is just as stunning and sparkly as you'd expect.
The model appears on the September cover of Vogue MГ©xico, and her enormous diamond is front and center in the photo. In the black-and-white shot, Hailey is seen resting her head on her arm, with her hand casually draped in front of her, allowing for a full view of her oval-shaped stone and 18-karat-gold band.
While this is the first time we've seen the ring close up, we do know a few things about what went into the selection process-including the fact that Bieber had a "big hand" in it.
"He had certain design elements that he wanted and he had certain expectations, and I think we delivered," Jack Solow, of New York City-based Solow & Co. Inc. Diamond Jewelers, who designed the ring, previously revealed. "It was about the diamond. I think he knew very well what Hailey wanted in a ring, but he wanted it very much to be about a very special diamond. He left it in my hands to try and select the most beautiful diamond for someone like Hailey." The singer was also adamant that the ring have an 18-karat-gold band, which Solow speculated was something that was important to Hailey.
The design process reportedly involved a series of phone calls and back-and-forth photo exchanges, and after only a few weeks, the custom piece of jewelry was ready for Bieber's proposal in the Bahamas, the weekend of June 14. "Like any other young man, he said, 'Wow, it's gorgeous,'" Solow said. "There was one moment when he looked into the diamond and I said, 'What do you see inside that diamond?' He goes, 'I think I see Hailey's face,' so that was kind of cute."
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While the diamond, as seen on Hailey's Vogue MГ©xico cover, may not conjure quite the same imagery for the rest of us, one thing is for sure: For the Biebs, the selection process was clearly as much of a "No Brainer" as the engagement itself.