I Hope You Like Bows

I'm super excited to share this new collection with you - it started with one bow and turned into many. I wanted to experiment and play with the transitory nature of bows, to make them more grounded or more delicate.

The collection has a more wabi-sabi, west-coast feel. That's where I'm leaning these days.

I hope you like bows.

1. Margot

Margot is a set of earrings and necklaces with a beaded construction.

We gave them a casual drape and a laid-back feel.

Available in black onyx, rice pearl or larger waterfall pearls. The bow is placed off-center - you can wear it a little longer and to the front if you'd like.

The earrings are constructed with dramatic tails. Available in Rice Pearl and Sterling Silver.

We worked hard to get the drape just right. The drama is provided through movement instead of visual weight.

Facing forward, Margot gives off an inadvertent bolo tie feel which I'm really loving. The drape of the loops feels like a pearl ribbon tied up into a bow.

2. Dorothy

Dorothy is our big bow - an exaggerated, whimsical silhouette. We've pulled it back to Earth by taking textural cues from raw silk - which also creates these really dynamic reflections. It's available as a pendant or earrings.

3. Maisie

If you're feeling a bit more demure - Maisie is a small, cute bow with the same raw silk texture. It's available as a stud, a pendant, and a ring - I really love the ring in particular, available in pinky finger sizes.

4. Maya

Maya is a set of two pieces that have a chunkier size and both share an interesting use of the tails - on the earrings they form the hoop and on the ring they form the shank.

5. Gwen

Our two most experimental pieces. First, we made a multi-bow hoop - it's got this "quiet streetwear" vibe. I'm really loving these.

And we made an oversized chain bracelet also featuring three bows and custom made chain links. One of the bows is a clasp in disguise.