Fenton Fallon For Fall

It's no secret that Fashionista loves Dana Lorenz and her jewelry line, Fenton/Fallon. She just unveiled her Fall 2010 collection, and we stopped by her boutique to drool over it. Her signature touches and familiar DNA are still there, but tweaked. Chunky base metal chains are wrapped and stacked, sometimes mixed with Swarovski crystals. We loved a simple white metal three-chain sculptured necklace.
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It's no secret that Fashionista loves Dana Lorenz and her jewelry line, Fenton/Fallon. She just unveiled her Fall 2010 collection, and we stopped by her boutique to drool over it. Her signature touches and familiar DNA are still there, but tweaked. Chunky base metal chains are wrapped and stacked, sometimes mixed with Swarovski crystals. We loved a simple white metal three-chain sculptured necklace.
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It's no secret that Fashionista loves Dana Lorenz and her jewelry line, Fenton/Fallon. She just unveiled her Fall 2010 collection, and we stopped by her boutique to drool over it.

Her signature touches and familiar DNA are still there, but tweaked. Chunky base metal chains are wrapped and stacked, sometimes mixed with Swarovski crystals. We loved a simple white metal three-chain sculptured necklace. The crystal pieces are unusual. Crystals have been made to look like semiprecious stones. Mint alabaster crystals, in a milky shade of jade mix beautifully with opal and ruby-esque crystals.

Her signature bow is there, but in a slightly more linear style. A wing motif is present, but lighter and airier and unadorned.

The best part? If you're stuck in NYC this weekend or lucky enough to be visiting--it's all perspective--Dana will give you 15% off her new Fall pieces today through Saturday July 3. You have to come to her store in Freeman's Alley to get the discount. It's worth the trip, trust me. There is also still tons of spring merch available, and it's all on sale, too.

Prices run from $80-$160 for rings and earrings; $120-$150 for bracelets; and $170-$300 for necklaces.