119 posts tagged Jewelry in ALL BLOGS

Stylesight Tours the Whimsical Studio of NYC Jewelry Design Duo Peppercotton

NYC-based jewelry label Peppercotton has become a favorite of Stylesight editors in recent years, so when designers Patrick Culpepper and Aurelia Cotton extended the invitation to tour their Brooklyn studio, we jumped at the chance. The duo's space didn't disappoint,  proving to be just as sparkly, colorful and playful as Peppercotton's trademark designs. Characterized by glittering crystals that are encased in ...
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New York's Figue boutique heads West for the summer, landing on Venice's stylish Abbot Kinney Boulevard through August 15.
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Happy Cinco de Mayo!

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Editor’s Picks: Accessorie Circuit — January 2014 - ,

Check out some of our favorite pieces spotted at the Accessorie Circuit trade show in New York earlier this week. We love the way that Vita Fede incorporates pearls this season: Cool hinged handles on Mackage's bags: Last season favorite Zariin impresses us once again with a new range of enameled styles: Jakimac's leather and stone styles freshly interpret bondage aesthetics:
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Must-See Exhibit: Jewels by JAR at The Met

This morning we had the opportunity to preview The Metropolitan Museum of Art's new Jewels by JAR exhibit, a retrospective of more than four hundred works by Paris-based fine jewelry designer Joel A. Rosenthal. The artist, who has worked under the name JAR for more than thirty-five years, is known for sculptural designs in vibrant colors and shading created by his pavé ...
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Stylesight Stops by “Genius of Nature” Jewelry Exhibit

Last week we had the opportunity to preview the new "Genius of Nature" exhibit at the Aaron Faber Gallery in New York. Fine jewelry designers — both established and emerging — were called upon from around the world to create works inspired by the show's themes: the balance of "chaos and structure, randomness and pattern" involved in the creation process, ...
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Editor’s Picks: Premiere Classe S/S 2014 -

  Sarah Angold Studio Inspired by mathematics, graphic shapes and industrial processes, Londoner Sarah Angold designs uniquely futuristic statement jewelry.  Sarah Angold Studio Peggy Kingg Paris-based designer Peggy Huynh Kinh draws inspiration from architecture when designing minimalist leather goods. Her creations range from boxy bags to sacks that disassemble into picnic blankets.  Colette Malouf New Yorker Colette Malouf's S/S 2014 collection is full of tasteful feminine pieces that ...
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LONDON: Love Letters- A Jewelry Exhibition

If you’re in London this week don’t miss this intriguing exhibition at upscale contemporary jeweler Belmacz. Known for its bold collections by German designer Julia Muggenburg, signature Belmacz pieces include one-of-a-kind designs, famous for utilizing unusual materials such fossilized dinosaur bone, antique stones and angel skin coral. The Love Letters exhibition runs through October 12th and explores how jewelry pays ...
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LONDON: Pearls at Victoria & Albert Museum

Opening tomorrow, the Pearls exhibition at renowned London museum V&A is a celebration of the history of pearls, exploring its representation in jewelry. Starting from the days of the Early Roman Empire, it traces the popularity of pearls throughout history to the present day, examining pivotal moments such as the introduction of cultured pearls, and how pearls have been linked ...
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Runway Trend Alert — ’90s Chokers -

Choker collars have been uptrending for several seasons, but S/S 2014 is marking the re-emergence of simple, ultra-fitted band silhouettes à la styles of the 1990s.  
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Runway Trend Alert — Bro Beads -

Conjuring beach and rave looks of the ‘90s, numerous New York designers are showing bead jewelry for S/S 14. Simple seed bead strands appear on necks and wrists — sometimes as eyewear straps, and big plastic Pony beads are strung to form crafty text motifs.
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Will Septum Cuffs be the New Ear Cuffs?

The ear cuff's extreme rise in popularity is easy to understand, as it allows for styling experimentation without the commitment of an actual piercing. Now, forward-thinking designers are embracing the concept for a different, of-the-moment area of ornamentation — the nasal septum. NYC-based label Sorelle: My Enemy by Chris Habana: MariaFrancescaPepe:
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Editor’s Picks: Accessorie Circuit — Holiday/Resort 2014

Three of our favorite vendors at last week's Accessorie Circuit trade show in New York: Helmed by sisters Vidhi and Mamta Gupta, Zariin marries modern and organic aesthetics with those of the Gupta's home city of New Delhi. Designs are hand-made with stones left uncut, making for pieces that are appealingly unique and unfussy. Swedish-born designer Annika Inez's line By Boe is delicate, ...
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Trade Show Roundup: COEUR

Stylesight recently dropped by New York's edition of COEUR, and in addition to a pleasantly relaxed environment and friendly vendors, we found multiple callout-worthy products. Jewelry dominated the offerings, and many of the standout styles had a hand-crafted and/or exotic feel. Scroll down for highlights: Sequence's bracelets are created by Salvadorian artisans. Helveta Vyotlag's use of wood is interesting and new. Kristen Elspeth's designs feature porcupine ...
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Trade Show Roundup: JA New York

Stylesight dropped by fine jewelry trade show JA New York last week, where we spotted new interpretations of ongoing trends, as well as some fresh standouts. Here's a roundup of what we saw: ◆ Burst silhouettes; star and sunburst looks continue to gain momentum: ◆ Often appearing on drop earrings:     ◆ Druzy surfaces are increasingly popular:   ◆ Collar shapes evolve: and incorporate cute novelty ...
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