Rings that just sit on one finger are so passé. A plain, dainty anklet is old news. And what’s a stud earring without an accompanying cuff?! Okay, I’m kidding, but the point is: There’s a genuinely new shift in motion. Jewels have gone the way of the unconventional…
One of fashion’s most exciting aspects is the creative spirit of turning the ordinary into something much more, like the everyday, mundane safety pin. It’s not hard to see how they would inspire designers, especially clothing designers who use safety pins daily to drape, cinch and perfect.
It’s a perfect symphony when Derek Lam joined forces with former NYCB ballerina and current jewelry designer Jamie Wolf for a collection honoring the New York City Ballet, inspired by famed choreographer George Balanchine.
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…I fell hard and fast for this pet the moment I walked into the Fendi boutique at Crystals in Las Vegas (aka the most opulent mall anywhere – and no, that’s not an oxymoron), where a replica of Rome’s Trevi Fountain greets you.
Never wait for a man to buy you what you can buy yourself. Don’t get me wrong – I love to receive thoughtful and sentimental jewelry from my hubby, but if there’s something that I just must have, I go ahead and get it. That way there’s no need to subtly drop hints and heighten your expectations, only to find that your hints we in fact too subtle. Show yourself some love come February 14th with this Valentine’s Day jewelry!