NYC artist Eva Zuckerman (Fehren is her middle name) makes fine jewelry, but she doesn’t rely on the high-quality gems and metals to impress you (although those are pretty breathtaking!). These pieces are all about delicate, yet impactful design. After earning a degree in fine art from Cooper Union and working with Snob favorite Monique Péan, Eva started her own line in 2011 and quickly won rave reviews with the X Collection.
Stacking jewels always packs a punch, but when you feel like giving all your digits some love, turn to trendy multi-finger rings. Abundance is even easier to achieve since the bands are made to coordinate (unlike the random assembly of rings hiding in your jewelry box).
It’s always nice to find pieces that are both unique and wearable like Carolina Bucci’s woven gold cuffs. They’re great for summer when you want to make a big statement with minimal effort. Weaving delicate precious metal pieces together requires a level of craftsmanship that makes this investment worthwhile.
Sometimes you long to go outside the box (unless the box is this awesome cube ring, in which case, count me in). Go more traditional with pieces like your wedding band that you wear all the time. These rings are fun little affairs – practicality has no place in their designs…
I’ve been enamored with mini rings lately, so the mid finger ring trend just feels like the next step. Since the jewels sit higher up on your digits, they’re smaller, giving you the perfect excuse to pile them on one after the other. Elise Dray’s diamond and white gold ring (on Luisa via Roma for […]
…but mostly to wear! June is the unofficial month of weddings. The weather’s gorgeous, the birds are singing – all you need is a ring beautiful enough to match your love! And you don’t necessarily need to spend a million to get it. Sometimes a simple band is enough – the minimalist style will coordinate […]
What better to wear under the warm summer rays than cool, fresh moonstone? The gem has long been considered mystical, all the way back to the time of the Ancient Romans. They believed it was created using solidified rays from – you guessed it – the moon. They associated the stone with their gods, as […]