Posts in Jewelry
Maison Daviel

Big Lives Women’s Day Designer Clara Schmitt believes jewelry is empowering, able to inspire and give women the confidence to achieve whatever we set our minds to. Maison Daviel jewelry enables individuality and confidence. Growing up in Paris, Clara spent Wednesdays with her mother and sisters at the Musée de la Mode and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs exploring costume exhibitions, which continue to inspire her imaginative work to this day.

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JewelrySamantha Alston
Eva Gems & Jewels

Big Lives Women’s Day designer Eva Meijer’s passion is traveling the world, curating the finest rare colored gemstones, and turning them into beautiful jewelry pieces that are fun, easy to wear that express a woman’s style. Her pieces are versatile, playful, and modern. Eva’s collection and craft tell the stories behind rare stones and uncover the magical connections they create.

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JewelrySamantha Alston
JCH

JCH creates handmade accessories that have a clean and balanced aesthetic — organic, modern shapes, and a muted color palette. Radiant brass and gold evoke a sense of quiet endurance. Cotton materials nod to nautical and macramé knotting techniques. All pieces are conceived and produced by Brooklyn-based Jen Cogliantry.

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JewelrySamantha Alston
n+a new york

n+a new york was founded by sisters Noriko and Akiko Sugawara from Yokohama, Japan. Their designs reflect the subtle beauty of city life and nature—textures of rocks and leaves, cracks in subway walls, historic buildings—details that go unnoticed in the busy rush of daily life. All pieces are handcrafted and made-to-order in Tribeca.

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JewelrySamantha Alston
Jamie Joseph

Jamie Joseph transforms the most stunning stones into little works of art. Each stone is meticulously faceted with signature cutting techniques to bring out its unique natural characteristics and presence. Every piece is one-of-a-kind.

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JewelrySamantha Alston
charXchen

charXchen represents an infatuation with wearable objects that keep secrets and tell stories. Citing Picasso and Brancusi as two of her favorite artists, designer Charlotte Chen takes inspiration from modernist painting and sculpture. Each piece is to be an everyday companion, gathering big and small experiences with you.

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JewelrySamantha Alston