Designer Spotlight: Chains, Rhinestones and Feathers from MIXOLOGY NYC!

If you’ve been looking for a one-stop jewelry collection to compliment your wardrobe this season look no further than Mixology NYC, a line composed of mixed metals and raw materials by Alison Hessert!

All of the pieces are right on trend; think chunky bib necklaces knotted with chains and rhinestones, rhinestone embellished cuffs in  gunmetal, silver and brass, necklaces with feather pendants, boot harnesses, and much much more. It’s an ecclectic mix of statement pieces made in ode to the elements that surround her.  Per her website, her collection is “inspired by a city where city sidewalks sparkle, Mixology NYC is the dichotomy between Creation and Destruction. Good girl and Bad girl. Uptown and Downtown. Glamour and Concrete.” There are four different collections within Mixology’s jewelry line: Dark Angel, Show Girls, Femmes Fatales, Hitchcock Heroins, and Sirens; so you have the pick of the litter in choosing a style that fits you the best. Below are some of my favs!

Gemini Necklace: Naughty vs. Nice, $175

Edie’s Cleopatra Bib, $175
Green Fairy Absinthe Cocktail, $125.00

Dubai Glamazon Cuff, $90

This “Boot Bracelet” will also look great with your wedges this fall!

Brass Boot Bracelet, $75/pair

I’m happy to see that the peices are within a reasonable price range. You can purchase Mixology NYC here and here.

Great work Alison! And thanks for stumbling! =D

 

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Designer Update: Ken & Dana Design's Tribal Collection

You’ve seen their scarf remixes and their Haiti Releif Neckalce, now Ken & Dana Designs have launched a new collection labeled TRIBAL filled with oversized earrings, two finger rings, and show stopping bib necklaces. The peices are centered around door knocker pendants, beads, gunmetal and exotic materials like crystal, amethyst, agate, quartz and more. An excerpt from the site explains the idea behind the collection:

“Inspired by an article titled ‘Africa Adorned’ by Angela Fisher in a November 1984 issue of National Geographic. The author talks of “The language of body decoration” and how accessories as a means of communication are quite an integral part of Africa’s many cultures. Some quarter of a century later we celebrate this passion for expression.”

Cool!



The price range is from $65 to $325…I want it all!

Designer Update: Ken & Dana Design’s Tribal Collection

You’ve seen their scarf remixes and their Haiti Releif Neckalce, now Ken & Dana Designs have launched a new collection labeled TRIBAL filled with oversized earrings, two finger rings, and show stopping bib necklaces. The peices are centered around door knocker pendants, beads, gunmetal and exotic materials like crystal, amethyst, agate, quartz and more. An excerpt from the site explains the idea behind the collection:

“Inspired by an article titled ‘Africa Adorned’ by Angela Fisher in a November 1984 issue of National Geographic. The author talks of “The language of body decoration” and how accessories as a means of communication are quite an integral part of Africa’s many cultures. Some quarter of a century later we celebrate this passion for expression.”

Cool!



The price range is from $65 to $325…I want it all!