Wendy Brandes Emoji Jewelry in Professional Jeweller

By WendyB A big thanks to Sarah Louise Jordan for including my emoji jewelry in her story called “TRENDS: Jewels go POP!” in Professional Jeweller magazine! CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY. Sarah calls my pieces “wearable” and says they’re “aimed at a tech-savvy and feisty customer base.” (I agree!) In an interview, I highlighted my personal […] >> READ MORE <<

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Inspired by Mourning Jewelry: My Acorn and Squirrel Locket

By WendyB There must be something in the air — maybe it’s the new Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit called “Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire” — but a number of people have asked me when the silver version of my 18K-gold acorn-and-squirrel locket will be back in stock. Here is the gold locket they’re […] >> READ MORE <<

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Rings on every finger

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Whether Maison Martin Margiela was the first fashion house to create a set of matching rings designed to be worn on every finger, I have no idea. What is certain, is that they won’t be the last. First brought to the catwalk by Balenciaga and Chanel for 2013, fists-full of bling were spotted at five SS15 shows. At D&G and Versace it was ornate, flora and fauna inspired gold rings. The rest took a more minimal approach, with Ports 1961 opting for plain chunky bands in contrast to Valentino and Cushnie et Ochs whose rings were skinny and refined.

Text by Emma Rees

Images via. Style.com and Dazed Digital >>

SOURCE ARTICLE: : http://indtl.com/catwalk/rings-on-every-finger