In her first season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Diana Jenkins has certainly made an impression. She lives an unbelievably luxe lifestyle, has lots of charitable endeavors, is an accomplished businesswoman, and — not at all least — has incredible style. Even in her rookie year, Diana has proved she’s an absolute pro at putting together confessional looks that’ll keep people talking.
Out of the gate, she debuted a fiery red asymmetrical ensemble with full-length gloves, which she topped with jaw-dropping jewelry from Cartier and Graff. Then, she dazzled in a silky pink blazer — sans shirt — and a voluminous bob that oozed old Hollywood glamour. And for her latest trick, she changed up her hairstyle.
On August 11, Diana took to Instagram to share a close-up of her “new look”: Instead of the short hair we’re accustomed to seeing on Diana, she donned long wavy tresses with a deep side part. She paired her new hairstyle with a fitted sleeveless lilac number and some sparkly earrings and rings.
“So you say… there’s a new look,” Diana cheekily captioned her post, nodding to a bit of the Season 12 drama.
Like we said, though, this isn’t the first time Diana has made jaws meet floors with her style. Earlier this season, it was an accessory — a very pricey accessory — that left people stunned. On the June 29 episode of RHOBH, Diana attended a gathering sporting a diamond-covered Hermés bag that ran her a cool $250,000 (yes, you read that correctly). Upon seeing the croc Birkin, castmate Kyle Richards had the most appropriate reaction, blurting out, “Holy s--t.”
And yet that’s not even the most extravagant aspect of the Neuro Brands CEO’s lifestyle. On the May 25 episode, Diana opened up about the “really important” requirements of her lavish lifestyle. “I don’t go out shopping,” she explained in an interview. “I have clothes sent to my house by designers. I keep what I like, and I send back what I don’t like, and then I pay for it.” And when she travels: “I send my team before me to check the place, set me up, and they make it better,” she explained. “Safety, views, bedding and sheets, and general coziness, so everywhere I go, it feels like home. I feel like that’s really, really important.”
Diana is well aware that her life is not like most. “Nothing humble about it,” she said with a laugh. “I need to own it.”