Item of the Day: Nyla Star

Nyla StarItem of the Day: Nyla Star

Romance, love, beauty – all come to mind when you think of the charming city of Paris. Even if you haven’t been to this magical capital, there’s something about the idea of it that is simply enchanting.

Leslie Kumar, owner and designer of Nyla Star, felt the same way about Paris after traveling there and designed a necklace that evoked beautiful memories of her visit. Inspired by the iconic blue rectangle street signs are unmistakably Parisian, as well as the names of the streets, she designed street sign necklaces.

“Rue Royal” and “Rue Saint-Honoré” are a few of the necklaces in shiny gold. Our favorite is one of the most famous street signs, “Avenue des Champs-Élysées” that lets you carry a piece of Paris along with you.

Champs-Élysées is probably the most recognizable shopping street in the world; it makes sense to wear it on your neck as jewelry if you love luxury, shopping and travel.

The name plate is 14 karat gold-plated with cubic zirconia accents in the corners. The chain comes with a 2” extender to adjust the length how you want it – perfect for layering with other necklaces. Now that’s an excuse to return to Paris to build your street sign collection!

Trés chic!

Retail: $100

www.nylastar.com

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Gina Rose Sirico, Fashion Market Editor
Gina recently graduated from Marist College with a major in Communication with concentrations in Journalism and Advertising, and minors in Fashion Merchandising and Global Studies. At graduation she also received the faculty award for Excellence in Journalism. Having interned with Accessories in 2008 and assisted with the Accessories 100 year anniversary party, she knew this was a career path she wanted to take. Previous internships included Milford Living Magazine, Hudson Valley Magazine, Tom Martinelli Custom Publishing, and even production with NBC 4 New York with the legendary Gabe Pressman. The profile piece she created with Gabe Pressman at NBC about the Garment District was Emmy Nominated in 2012.