Category Archives: jewelry

POSTCARD FROM PARIS

As this whirlwind week comes to an end, I leave you with a visual diary to dissect and digest. I met so many amazing people at the tradeshows and even on the streets, ate macaroons, shopped and noted every detail of Paris retail and Galeries Lafayette, drank ample Cafe au Lait, watched trend seminars, slept a little and learned a lot. Paris is a melting pot of cultures and creativity and I am pleased to share every beat of our adventure with you… next stop: Antwerp, Belgium.

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Après Ski Jewelry

As always, I am quite fond of geometrics, glitter, and color – especially when combined – as Après Ski has done with this collection of theirs…

Golden Ink Porcelin Jewelry

Golden Ink is a small collaborative porcelain jewelery company from Melbourne Australia comprised of Abby Seymour and Katherine Wheeler. I am in LOVE with their pieces and would love to have one of every design.

Which also reminds me…I need to buy a kiln…

ECLAT DE MODE

Today at the ECLAT DE MODE exhibition in Paris there was an overwhelming presence of one trend in particular. It seemed as though every exhibitor had a variation of skull detailing in their jewelry. Whether it was printed, carved, etched or molded, these little skeleton heads were popping up everywhere, check out some of our favorites below.

Kelly Wearstler Jewelry

So addicted to the look of raw materials combined with simple geometric forms…

BUY here!

Mystic Pieces – Time Traveling Jewelry

Time flies when you’re having fun…

Thanks, Lisa!

La Raffinerie – Chic Bazaar FW 11/12

Really liking the primary colors and simple materials of these necklaces by La Raffinerie for FW 11/12…

Arnaud Sprimont Art Jewelry

Beautifully geometric and organic sterling silver “art jewelry” by Arnaud Sprimont.

Rachel Boston’s Insect Jewelry

Gross and gorgeous, these wearable “trophy pieces” stem from jewelry designer Rachel Boston’s fascination with insect collecting.

BUY if you dare!

PEPPERCOTTON Jewelry

This jewelry is as gorgeous as it is mysterious. But, the concept is simple – jewelry made of nylon mesh tubing filled with loose Swarovski and vintage Czech crystals.

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