I write about jewelry, fashion, art and culture. I've worked on staff at National Jeweler and WWD in New York City. I'm a graduate of The New School’s Riggio Honors Writing program.
Victoria’s Secret Angel and Michael Kors fragrance spokeswoman Lily Aldridge has a luxe new ambassador role to add her to resume.
The fine jewelry designer is changing her brand name and elevating her materials.
Panthers, amulettes, the ubiquitous Love bracelets; Cartier has done its job well if the symbols associated with the brand are so readily summoned.
The storied jewelry house unveiled its latest status symbol during Haute Couture in Paris, with a fête at the Palais de Tokyo, and joining Cartier’s stable of classic motifs was an unlikely newcomer: a cactus.
The Brazilian jungle inspired Fernando Jorge’s Bloom collection, but the jewelry designer decided to shoot his latest ad campaign in a wilderness of the concrete variety.
Since launching her find jewelry brand, Azlee, in the spring of 2015, L.A.-based designer Baylee Zwart has made a swift impact. In addition to retaining a bohemian ideal (Zwart sketches in the middle of the night, is an avid surfer, and learned metalsmithing in Central America) while still producing wares that possess a fashion capital-sophistication, Zwart has already been picked up by retailers including Dover Street Market New York, Maison de Mode, Fivestory, and Latest Revival. Fresh off of her latest collection, “Abyss,” Zwart sat down with Fashion Unfiltered to talk her path to success, late-night visions, and what’s next.
An interview with the author of The Bed Moved.
BY ASHLEY DAVIS Nine years after launching her eponymous jewelry line, Pamela Love has reached a career milestone: She now has her own coffee table book. And considering the majority of jewelry tomes honor iconic houses like Cartier, Harry Winston, and Van Cleef & Arpels, she's in good company.
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