Wednesday, October 12, 2011


If you follow our blog or Cameron on twitter, you might have heard already about Decades collaboration with Miriam Haskell on a new jewelry collection available in our store this November.
Yesterday we shot the beautiful Liza-Mae Carlin modeling our jewelry pieces. The mood was very old Hollywood glamour, very sexy and modern at the same time, part because that is Liza-Mae's charm and mostly because the jewelry is vintage inspired, re-imagined and modernized. Named Uptown/Downtown, it captures the ideal jewelry collection of the contemporary woman, who is as edgy as she is classic, as fashion forward as she is timeless.
We will be back on the collection during the upcoming days with more info, so stay tuned and check the blog and follow us on Facebook and/or Cameron on twitter.

One of many pieces worn by Liza-Mae yesterday was this amazing beaded dress from the 60's. It is an Anonymous designer who created such an intricate bead work using both bugle beads and sequins to create a swirl effect which follows the natural shape of a woman's body.
The dress is constructed using a nude color silk material while the bead work is all done on black chiffon covering the dress. The dress is black but when direct light hits, it takes hues of brown which makes it look more extravagant. It is a classic silhouette, always in fashion, just like all those lucky ladies who will get to wear and own Miriam Haskell for Decades jewelry.

Anonymous dress with bugle beads and sequins, c.1960's. Modern size 4 to 6.

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