Charm & Chain Bows Colorful Collaborations with 5 Jewelry Designers

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Dannijo X Charm & Chain's bib necklace

Dannijo X Charm & Chain’s bib necklace

New York—Two designers collaborating on a collection can result in some beautiful, colorful creations, propelled by their dual spirits.

In a series of collaborations with five top jewelry designers, Charm & Chain, a designer fashion jewelry site, is presenting the fruits of those colorful collaborations in a limited edition Kaleidoscope Collection.

Premiering today as part of its fifth anniversary, the Kaleidoscope Collection contains designs partnered with Alexis Bittar, Dannijo, Erickson Beamon, Lizzie Fortunato Jewels and Lulu Frost. The pieces are all inspired by the bright colors and symmetrical patterns found in kaleidoscopes as each artist interpreted them.

“Each Kaleidoscope Collection designer represents a unique talent in the fashion jewelry industry,” said Ali Galgano, Charm & Chain’s founder/lead buyer. “Their support and belief in Charm & Chain since year one, coupled with our utmost respect for their art, made them the perfect partners for this creative celebration.”

Marking its expansion into jewelry storage, Charm & Chain also worked with artist Jason Pickens to take the conventional concept of a jewelry box and rethink it. With a limited run, the box is an art piece incorporating all the elements of kaleidoscopic imagery: vivid color, geometry and iridescence.

Galgano didn’t have to look far to find inspiration for the collaborations. She has her own collection of kaleidoscopes. “To us the Kaleidoscope namesake is an homage to what is essential to Charm & Chain,

Lizzie Fortunado x Charm & Chain Illusion earrings

Lizzie Fortunato Jewels x Charm & Chain Illusion earrings

embracing one’s ever-evolving style and celebrating bold individuality.”

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