Fenton/Fallon’s Dana Lorenz is Launching a Men’s Collection

We love Fenton/Fallon for its tough yet glossy appeal--now the guys get a chance to be adorned by Dana Lorenz. The designer just announced that she's launching a full-blown mens collection for Spring 2011, as well as collaborating with our favorite menswear designer Tim Hamilton on jewelry for his REDUX line. Lorenz's main collection will retail from retail from $150-$500 and includes leather-wrapped bracelets and necklaces. The designer says that she wants men to be at ease in her pieces. "Guys still want to wear things they forget they have on, that are comfortable and natural--but I wanted to push the boundaries of that a little.” For Hamilton, she's doing everything from pins and pendants to wallet chains--14 exclusive pieces in total. Here's a sneak peek at what's in store.
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We love Fenton/Fallon for its tough yet glossy appeal--now the guys get a chance to be adorned by Dana Lorenz. The designer just announced that she's launching a full-blown mens collection for Spring 2011, as well as collaborating with our favorite menswear designer Tim Hamilton on jewelry for his REDUX line. Lorenz's main collection will retail from retail from $150-$500 and includes leather-wrapped bracelets and necklaces. The designer says that she wants men to be at ease in her pieces. "Guys still want to wear things they forget they have on, that are comfortable and natural--but I wanted to push the boundaries of that a little.” For Hamilton, she's doing everything from pins and pendants to wallet chains--14 exclusive pieces in total. Here's a sneak peek at what's in store.
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We love Fenton/Fallon for its tough yet glossy appeal--now the guys get a chance to be adorned by Dana Lorenz. The designer just announced that she's launching a full-blown mens collection for Spring 2011, as well as collaborating with our favorite menswear designer Tim Hamilton on jewelry for his REDUX line. Lorenz's main collection will retail from retail from $150-$500 and includes leather-wrapped bracelets and necklaces.

The designer says that she wants men to be at ease in her pieces. "Guys still want to wear things they forget they have on, that are comfortable and natural--but I wanted to push the boundaries of that a little.”

For Hamilton, she's doing everything from pins and pendants to wallet chains--14 exclusive pieces in total.

Here's a sneak peek at what's in store.