Lina Peterson for Ports 1961 Fall 2010 Jewelry

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For the brand’s Fall Winter 2010 season, Ports 1961 designer Tia Cibani once again turned to Lina Peterson to create jewelry to complement the collection. Peterson is based out of London and has a knack for creating bold, guaranteed to get you noticed, contemporary jewelry pieces. Her work has been showcased in museums around the world and she’s sold at many international shop and galleries. I love the pastel colors and geometric shapes of the pieces that were used in the Ports show. They’re a great alternative to a bib necklace which I’m so over now that everyone and their mother seems to be sporting them! The jewelry also highlights how versatile the F/W 2010 collection was – you can easily go conservative and wear it without jewelry or spice it up and add some pop if you’re on the younger, edgier side. Check-out Lina Peterson’s website by clicking here!

One thought on “Lina Peterson for Ports 1961 Fall 2010 Jewelry

  1. The left necklace is not by Lina Peterson.

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