Jewellery Lines

House of Harlow 1960

Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie debuted her jewellery line, HOUSE OF HARLOW 1960, in October 2008.  The line is named after her first child.

The line has since become a success.  It has been seen on the likes of Madonna on her collage inspired single cover called ‘Madonna Celebration’. She isn’t the only celebrity who loves the jewelleries; other celebrities include Paris Hilton, Amanda Bynes and Kim Kardashian.

The designs are influenced by Nicole’s own vintage jewellery collection from the 1960s and 70s. The range is affordable and can be mixed and matched easily.

Now Nicole has announced that she will be launching her first clothing range, WINTER KATE, which is her daughter Harlow’s two middle names. She has designed 37 pieces for her collection which will be modelled in Nicole’s own vintage filled wardrobe. The collection will consist of long slip dresses, flowy tops, vests, printed silk jackets and leather jacket.

Look out for the range!!!

Double Sunburst Stations Necklace and Medallion Locket Necklace

Double Sunburst Stations Necklace and Medallion Locket Necklace

Aztec Bangle - Red Leather

Aztec Bangle - Red Leather

Leather and Stone Cocktail Ring - White

Leather and Stone Cocktail Ring - White

Resin Stations Necklace

Resin Stations Necklace

Antique Stack Bangle - Wide in Rose Gold, Gold and Palladium

Antique Stack Bangle - Wide in Rose Gold, Gold and Palladium

Tigers Eye Necklace

Tigers Eye Necklace

Available online at the following sites:

http://www.trilbyphoenix.com.au/page.asp?brandid=9

http://www.shopkitson.com/index.php?pageId=2&manufacturer_name=HOUSE+OF+HARLOW+1960

http://www.miijo.com/Products.aspx?c=2&b=89

 

Kirstin Ash

KA1

KIRSTIN ASH is a boutique fashion jewellery store designed by Kirstin Ash and handmade in Sydney. It is filled with vintage, unique pieces of  jewellery with a funky twist.

‘The Kirstin Ash collections are distinctive in design with antique finishes, quirky animals and playful silhouettes forming her signature style. Each collection has a story of its own but draws from a common inspiration of vintage curios, ordinary and obscure objects, children’s books and Paris.’

http://www.kirstinash.com/Home

Mel

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2 Responses to Jewellery Lines

  1. MelElle says:

    I really like that medallion locket necklace!

  2. Karina says:

    They are going to stick it in gorman soonn I’ll let you know when it comes in

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