Accessories brand, Shinola, is deepening its hold on the women’s market with the rollout of their first women’s evening luxury collection, according to WWD. The Detroit headquartered and assembled brand, that’s known for its mens watches (60% of its watch business) and most recently bringing on fashion collaborators including Pamela Love and Lambertson Truex’s Richard Lambertson and John Truex, introduced newer variations of their Gomelsky collection and Love’s first jewelry designs with the brand.
Though Shinola launched their first women’s design in 2013, with the Birdie, this new luxury/fine jewelry line consisting of 31 styles in the Gomelsky collection, priced from $700 to $3,750; plus 55 styles from the Love collection priced between $120 to $8,000, utilizes conflict free sterling silver, 14-karat gold, opals, tiger eye, onyx, mother-of-pearl and diamonds. It will be available in stores by November. Not too late to start creating that holiday wishlist.
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