The British Fashion Awards are always a hip, glittering affair, and while we’re happy to honor the winners, isn’t the event really about the accessories stalking? Georgia May Jagger turned our heads the most (almost all the way around) with her giant opalescent Perspex earrings, which added a not-so-subtle glow …
Marla Aaron jewelry is setting a fine example for innovative retailing by selling her fine jewelry at the Brooklyn Museum, in vending machines!
FCUK has a new license: fashion jewelry with Almar Sales
The DKNY woman has always been a hip yet sophisticated urbanite, racing around town looking chic yet edgy at the same time. To that end, DKNY has translated that aesthetic into a fashion jewelry line, licensed to The Jewelry Group and launching exclusively at Macy’s.
We’re all for a gimmick as long as it adds value and really works. So we were immediately smitten by Strands by Closet Gold, which we discovered at the recent Accessories Council Holiday Preview.
So what did we find at the 51st Country Music Awards in Nashville? Lots of long linear earrings to balance out bare necklines, some delicate necklaces not worth mentioning, and some very striking tattoos!
Designer Lisa Zampolin definitely has her bearings… her ball bearings!
Halloween and Day of the Dead might be gone, but the Pixar’s upcoming “Coco” will keep those colorful sugar skulls top of mind.
Released this month, Narrative Jewelry: Tales from the Toolbox features 450 full-color photos and 241 narrative jewelry makers.
Accessories recently popped into the Maiyet Collective to see Angela Lindvall’s Peace Begins With Me capsule for Article 22 plus Maiyet’s other sustainable brands.
The aesthetic of Erté is instantly recognizable, whether from his Vogue cover illustrations to fashions to set design to interior decor to jewelry to famous alphabet letters.
Camo is everywhere these days. A print literally designed to be hidden, it’s thriving in plain sight.
Sydney Evan Founder Rosanne Karmes creates her classic, whimsical pieces with symbolism in mind. It stands to reason, then, that to celebrate her 10-year partnership with Bergdorf Goodman, Karmes wanted to create a thoughtful capsule collection that reflects the luxury department store’s New York roots.
Performers from a range of musical styles all had one giant accessory in common.
Jewelry company John Hardy has partnered with two legends to reflect its first collection created by the brand’s first female creative director Hollie Bonneville Barden.
Harry Potter fans, rejoice. Not only has Warner Bros. Consumer Products and GES teamed up to create retail experiences, but the fashion and decor licenses are rolling out as well.
If this line doesn’t send you to the jeweler to get additional holes pierced in your ear, nothing will.
We’re not sure what we’re more excited about: these cute exaggerated laser-cut brooches, or the fact that they affix with a unique magnet technology that won’t damage our clothes.
Emily Ratajkowski wore artful statement earrings to the Vogue x Irving Penn party last night.
This season, stock your store with giftable pieces that come with a cause. A portion of proceeds from each of these items goes to a specified charity so you can spread the cheer this year in more ways than one.