Cantos: The Rings of Hell and Heaven

Anne Fischer's take on Dante's "Divine Comedy" by way of beautifully intricate hand-carved and cast rings

With a background in sculpture, drawing and design, any number of lines on NY-based artist Anne Fischer‘s CV are worth a closer look. Her Cantos: The Rings of Hell and Heaven collection, for example, is a supreme example of wearable art. On a recent visit to R 20th Century Gallery in NYC’s TriBeCa neighborhood, CH had a chance to see a few examples of the …

“Light of the Moon, Embers of the Evening” by Talon Jewelry

The Brooklyn jeweler draws upon secrets and symbolism of a foregone age

We first took note of Talon‘s mystical jewelry by way of their vintage vial amulettes back in 2010. Their newest line, called “Light of the Moon, Embers of the Evening,” once again invokes the ancient and the magical, making use of the Tudor rose, opal-studded skulls and love’s earliest means of secret transferral—engraved script. Cryptic love messages and imagery were once inscribed in baubles, trinkets …

Interview: Molly Guy of Stone Fox Bride

The founder of the destination for "anti-brides" on the traditional and nontraditional rules of engagement

Lit by a wall of windows overlooking a bustling intersection where Greenwich Village meets Soho and decorated with feathered dreamcatchers and a gauzy tent, Stone Fox Bride‘s loft studio is not necessarily a traditional bridal salon. But it is here that we met Molly Guy—the founder of Stone Fox Bride—for some guidance on the new rules of popping the question and the search for the …