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House of Harlow 1960
Raised in the spotlight by famously creative parents, Nicole Richie was born with an innate sense of style, one she has cultivated through her notable jewelry collection, House of Harlow 1960. Her love and influence of costume dressing is apparent, whether incorporated in a print or manifested through a unique addition to a style.
Launched in Fall 2009, Nicole’s brand became a household name in no time, an accomplishment that reflects her ability to create a strong connection to each and every one of her devoted customers. House of Harlow 1960 jewelry, known for extraordinary statement rings, headpieces and long necklaces, retails between $40 and $225 and is currently available globally at high-end department and specialty stores.
Michelle Campbell's interest in jewelry started at an early age, after inheriting a large collection of fine jewelry from her grandmother. What hadn't been amassed during her many travels had been designed herself, giving each piece a heightened sense of sentimental value. For Michelle, it was an invaluable lesson in the importance of story and of place. It is this background that informs the ethos of Campbell.
With its close ties to femininity and strength, Michelle designs jewelry for the expressive, modern woman - a woman who understands the value of unique design and classic elegance, pieces that can be passed down from generation to generation. Pulling from both natural and manmade surroundings, architecture forms the basis of the collection's timeless simplicity. From the urban city grid to the intricate details of a honeycomb, the work of Michelle Campbell adheres to form and shape, while incorporating a delicate femininity.
Launched in 2011, the collection is sold around the world, and has been featured in Vogue, Bazaar, Elle, The New York Times, and many others.
Meet Lili Claspe's designer and founder - Stephie Tchamanian. She started Lili Claspe in 2011, when she turned a vision into reality out of her apartment in the heart of Southern California.
What began as a personal desire for jewelry that aligned with her style, Stephie started hand-making pieces with an elegant edge she was looking for. An instant love for designing led her to start her own line - naming it Lili Claspe - in honor of her late sister, Lisa, who Stephie always referred to as "Lili" growing up (pronounced "Lee-Lee"). This was a way to keep Lisa's memory alive through each piece intricately designed, and Stephie ran with it.