I think there’s something beautiful about tomboys – about wearing ‘boyfriend jeans’ or your boyfriend’s shirt. My daughters rarely wear dresses or tight clothes, they opt for flats over heels, they wear neutral colors, they don’t take hours to get ready. In more ways than one, they are the brand.
When I started out, the men’s world felt like a natural fit. Subtlety and simplicity for the understated, modern man.
As I begin to dabble in the wonderful (albeit exigent) world of women’s jewelry, my muses are the tomboys. They don’t take themselves too seriously. They don’t change their accessories with every outfit, and they don’t want to take their jewelry off before jumping in the pool.
When I launched my women’s fine jewelry collection, I sought out materials that were not only aesthetically beautiful, but also durable and long lasting – like my men’s bracelets. I combine parachute cord and precious metals in almost all the designs… I love the blend of high and low, casual and precious.
A gold equestrian pendant on a long parachute cord, with loose, draping ends. A solid yellow-gold statement cuff, with weight you can feel. A rose gold buffalo horn bracelet develops a timeworn patina after years of wear in the shower, in the pool, in the ocean – and at black tie galas. Stacks of macramé bracelets with yellow gold accents. It’s jewelry for relaxed, sandy beach parties, linen shirts and sun-kissed skin.
We want you to live – let us worry about the jewelry.