Featured Designers: Accessories That Made the Cut

Why, hello there gorgeous....

What have you done so far in an attempt to prepare yourself for the season of festivities? Not much, i'm assuming. Why don't you do it a little differently this time and take a more interesting approach? Here's a little how-to...

I wish we had a fashion squad to discipline all the fashion sinners on occasions.  


This is for men too!

Pick an accessory of your choice. It could be a bag, ring, scarf or, a headpiece. Now, figure out how big you want to go with this. You don't need to break your piggy bank for it just think of how big of an inspirational impact you want it to have on you. For example: do you want to pick out an element and allow it to influence the rest of your outfit or go the whole nine yards and choose the rest of your outfit based on all the elements of that piece??? I've tried this myself a number of times and trust me when i tell you that the outcomes are much more interesting. 

On the same spectrum, i would like to introduce some of our accessory designers that have made it big.

Philippe Roucou
This french designer's infamous silk Polaroid scarf collection has been very popular amongst fashion bloggers as well as editors. The 'Objets Trouves' range is a collaboration between the designer and young artist, M. Cherie and are series of abandoned images. 

We're happy to tell you that we have one set of the limited edition scarves (400 only worldwide) in-store. 


Men's Wallets 

Roucou also specializes in making amazing bags, wallets and clutches in the most extraordinary colors and skins. 

Imogen Belfield
This award-winning British jewellery designer creates the most exquisite pieces of jewellery. Using her surroundings as her inspiration for work, many of her items are  made with gemstones, metals, porcelain, dyes and, glaze. Each piece with porcelain fused metal is unique and cannot be recreated. 

Nugget earings

Feast ring 
Emerald Band for Men

The famous Asteroid ring 

One Word: INSANE!


My last accessory designer for today's presentation is somewhat different and requires a little more creativity than usual. Sandee Shin, the new-york based designer holds a background in performance art and design which influence her design choices. Her pieces are "a unique sculpture for the body that reflects the lifestyle of those who aren't afraid to push boundaries". 

A sublime collection, indeed.  

I do hope you've enjoyed your little peek into the evolution of accessories, ladies and gentlemen. These much-covetable items are all limited pieces. 

Arrivederci in cielo. 

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