This weekend I went to see St. Vincent at the Denver Botanic Gardens. The show was amazing, Annie Clark is so, so talented.
...and adorable. She was wearing a funky sequined top that inspired this post.
I've been noticing more and more jewels featuring body parts. Normally something I'd find a bit tacky, but here are some fine jewelry pieces that I love from two very talented designers.
Holly Dyment's designs stand out. There is nothing similar to her jewelry in the industry right now - at least nothing I've seen. She uses bright colors and fun imagery.
Holly, who got her start as an interior decorator, is known for her use of color. She is a female designer designing for women.
Her bold, yet whimsical designs are inspired by the geometric patterns stenciled onto walls in India, a country she visits frequently.
This ring, named Brown-eyed Girl, is available for pre-order on Moda Operandi. I love the teardrop detail, it reminds me of lovers' eyes.
And, as I've mentioned in most of my recent posts, the talented Gabriella Kiss - I am slightly obsessed. She creates realistic, miniature sculptures with so much detail.
I have to also share this amazing collaboration by Peter Schmidt of Atelier Zobel & Todd Reed titled 'Rouge." The lip portion is made from coral - the base is sterling silver, 18ky gold and white brilliant diamonds.