Brazilian Bling

According to Francesca Romana, a gem expert, author and renowned jewelry designer, Brazil puts out 30% of all the stones on the market. In the jewelry industry, the…

Bia Vasconcellos: The Entrance Maker

Bia Vasconcellos' jewelry is best described as "entrance-making." With a background in painting, tapestry and ceramics, Vasconcellos naturally uses her artistic skills in her work, creating pieces that are eye-catching…

Birds Of A Feather…

London-based jeweler Lucy Hitchings knows a thing or two about captivating attention. Her spring/summer '09 collection of collars, pendants, bracelets and earrings are decadent accessories sure to ruffle some feathers.

Pointer Puts Comfort Back In Footwear

Nothing makes a day drag like a pair of uncomfortable shoes. Unless, of course, you're wearing a pair of Pointer kicks. This London footwear label prioritizes comfort, creating fun, quality…

Statement Jewelry Fights Back

Back when J.Lo-style rocks started to lose their luster, many wondered what could possibly replace the dazzling allure of bling. Any remaining uncertainty was quashed on the autumn/winter '08…

Monies

There is no greater proof that opposites attract than the success of Danish jewelry company MONIES. Created by husband and wife pair Gerda and Nikolai Monies, the couple designs pieces that…

Take A Bow: Nathan Jenden Eyewear

Nathan Jenden wants you to look bow-dacious. The talented young designer has yet again wowed us with his ingenious and forward thinking designs through the launch of a fabulous new…

The New Age Of Accessories: Part I

From those YSL caged booties to Louis Vuitton's doorknob-sized beaded hoops, it's clear that we're entering a new era in accessories design. Although every recent season has had one or…

Sabrina Dehoff's Unexpected Accessories

Sabrina Dehoff has come full circle. After leaving her home in Berlin to study jewelry design at the Royal College of Art in London, Dehoff worked in Paris before returning…

Nooka Watches

Optimists may claim that a stopped clock still tells the correct time twice each day, but when it comes to design company Nooka, aesthetic is just as important as functionality.…