The jewelry designer managed to incorporate buzzy new Samsung gadgets into her runway show in a non-dorky way.
Jewelry designer Dana Lorenz's higher-end collection Fenton and her lower-priced diffusion line Fallon often get mixed up. But Lorenz is aiming to further distinguish Fallon from its big sister through today's relaunch of Fallonjewelry.com.
If you live in New York City and you like shiny things, the Fenton/Fallon sample sale should be your end-of-week priority. Not only will every, single piece in the sale be priced under $100, but so will every piece in designer Dana Lorenz's stellar vintage archive. Here are the deets:
When it comes to accessories, it doesn't get much cooler than Dana Lorenz's Fallon jewels and Taylor Tomasi-Hill. So naturally, we're dying over Fallon's vibrant fall campaign styled by the Marie Claire editor/street style icon. In the editorial-style photographs by Sharif Hamza, model Jana K wears an array of the latest FALLON baubles--cuffs galore and egyptian-style necklaces, piled onto her arms and around her neck in true Tomasi-Hill fashion. Click through to browse the campaign.
Brass knuckle-inspired jewelry isn't a totally new thing--most retailers sell some interpretation of it. Knuckle rings have, however, been taken in many cool, new directions. There are now engagement rings, rings that look more dangerous than actual brass knuckles, brass knuckle necklaces and so much more. Click through for our favorites.