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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Tweet From the “I love to say I told you so” department (one of my favorite departments!): There’s a story today in the New York Times Sunday Styles section called “A ‘Blurred Lines’ Boomerang.” The article by Laura M. Holson details how Robin Thicke’s career has collapsed while Miley Cyrus’s career has soared since the […]

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Friday, October 24, 2014

Tweet My sterling-silver meat cleaver earring was included on a page of Halloween-inspired styles in the New York Post’s Alexa luxury section! (They’re near the top, to the left of the Marcus Lupfer lips sweater.)   I’m in great company with Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Alexander McQueen and other great names. Thanks, New York Post […]

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Tweet Have you downloaded the cool new shopping app called Spring? Just search for “Spring shopping” on your iPhone (Android is coming!) and you’ll find it in your app store. It looks a lot like Instagram except you get to tap on pictures of jewelry (and shoes, clothes, etc.) that you like and buy them! […]

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Friday, October 17, 2014

Tweet A big thanks to Sarah Louise Jordan for including my emoji jewelry in her story called “TRENDS: Jewels go POP!” in Professional Jeweller magazine! CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY. Sarah calls my pieces “wearable” and says they’re “aimed at a tech-savvy and feisty customer base.” (I agree!) In an interview, I highlighted my […]

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Tweet It was 20 years ago today that Pulp Fiction was given a wide release. Time flies when you’re a bad motherfucker! The movie was the first independent film to gross more than $200 million. When it came out, critic Roger Ebert gave it four stars and called the screenplay (which won an Oscar) “so […]

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Monday, October 13, 2014

Tweet Time for me to apply for a job at the Psychic Hotline! I’m feeling wonderfully prescient after Eminem took to Instagram to reveal the album art for November’s Shady XV album. Loading Back to basics! Here's the cover for #SHADYXV out 11/24. View on Instagram A hockey mask and chainsaws! Just like the hockey […]

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Friday, October 3, 2014

Tweet October’s Jewel of the Month are the Halloween-appropriate hockey mask and chainsaw stud earrings, available in silver … … and gold-plated silver. Because I’m all about the single-earring look, you can also buy just a chainsaw (or two) stud or just a mask. I’ve also got the mask available as a ring. Although the […]

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Tweet If you’re in New York, run to the nearest newsstand and get the New York Post.  Today’s edition includes the Post’s Alexa luxury supplement, and my Empress Wu dragon earrings are featured in Alexa! I’m in great company, sharing the page with Balmain, Valentino, Christian Louboutin, Erdem and Dolce & Gabbana, among others. Thanks, […]

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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Tweet Last year, I wrote a Huffington Post story called, “Not So Fast There! The Surprisingly Long Life of Fashion Trends,” in which I observed that fashion trends don’t come and go as quickly as we think they do. In fact, trends can take seasons — or even years — to develop, and then linger […]

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Tweet Thanks to the New York Post for including my middle finger emoji earring in yesterday’s “7 politically incorrect fashion statements” online story! CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY. You have three options if you want to flip the bird yourself. There’s the classic silver single stud earring for $35 … … the 18K gold […]

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