How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Opals
Though we’re in uncharted territory with spooky season this year, there’s one constant: the spectral and suspersition-laden October birthstone, the beautiful and beleaguered opal.
We’re kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month with a focus on one of our talented Latinx designers, Onirikka's Gloria Rank. Gloria draws inspiration from art, her childhood in El Salvador, and nature to create lively pieces full of color and movement that make us want to dance!
Bright gold bracelets glinting under the beating summer sun. Lazy beach days and ice cream. Picnics in the park. Sexy golden chains settling into sweaty décolletage.
When former first lady and fashion icon Michelle Obama graced the screen for the virtual Democratic National Convention last night, the sound of million google search bars opening could be heard ‘round the country–everyone wanted to know where her delicate golden VOTE necklace came from.
We sat down (virtually) with Loren to learn how she combines past and present to create stunning pieces (hint: working in museums may have helped), what it’s like to work without electricity and what surprising art energizes her.
Start perfecting a high pony or bun, because you're going to want to show off THEM EARS. Here's a brief rundown on all those earrings you need.
Dynamic art and jewelry duos that have us inspired.
Picture this: you’re living in Ancient Greece.
In the limelight this month, August's birthstone, Peridot. The electric stone we are swooning over.
It was an accident, really. Totally random.
Bless Netflix for releasing the new adaptation of the forever favorite, The Baby-Sitter’s Club, just when we need in most.
Piercing envy is so real these days.