Kate Miss Jewelry

Friendship bracelet-inspired necklaces from a graphic-designing blogger

The ultra-crafty graphic designer, jewelry designer and blogger Kate Miss produces simple necklaces that are so lovely it’s difficult to procure one before they sell out from her online shop. Almost two years ago the Long Island City-based designer developed a renewed interest in the friendship bracelets of her childhood, partly, she says, “out of nostalgia and partly due to the boom of the whole …

Security!™

Keep safe with a loss prevention tag in gold

Just released by art director Justin Gignac, Security!™ is an 18k-gold-plated sterling silver version of plastic security tags stores put on clothes to prevent theft. The piece, meant to be worn as a pin, stems from the NYC-based artist’s idea (he’s also behind the popular campaign Needs for Sale) of elevating mundane and overlooked items in our everyday lives. As a perfectly banal example, Justin …

Manha

Woodworking scraps-turned-fashion in Navajo-inspired necklaces

The side project of CH contributor Mike Giles and his girlfriend Judy Lawrence, Miju jewelry is a peek into how the two mix Mike’s furniture design with a creative Montreal-based partnership. For Fall/Winter the duo created “Manha”—an 11-piece assortment of laser-cut wood gems. Of the Native American-inspired collection, one of our favorites is the “T-Bird necklace” (also available as a brooch). Taking the classic Thunderbird …