Eerily charming and elegant, the Bloody Necklace from Lusasul combines just the right amount of sophistication with just the right amount of, well, dripping blood, to ultimately form quite the statement piece. It adds the perfect touch of drama, class, and vampire-lovin’ to any outfit. This sterling silver necklace is part of the Bloody Collection, […]
It’s way too early for Halloween, but blood is evergreen, and so is kitsch. New York-based Peter Von Erickson makes these gorgeously kitschy chokers cast in “durable vinyl” that look so bloody fun, we want a piece of the blood-letting action.
What’s better than winning a prestigious advertising award? Slicing off the ends. Drilling holes in it. Adding screws. Attaching a chain. And wearing the award around your neck like a boss. The fantastic work of David Neevel.
What’s more fun than blowing bubbles again and again — because they have a five-second lifespan? Wearing a cluster of bubbles around your neck that refuse to burst, that’s what. These bubbles are really glass spheres and the necklace is designed by Italian siblings Marina and Susanna Sent. They hail from Murano, a place renowned […]
Oktoberdee are a fun little company from Geelong, just out of Melbourne, that make beautiful bags and accessories. The Capsule Necklace (a new concept for the company) is a limited-edition piece which has caught our eye. It’s made from two vintage vials that have been delicately finished with leather, natural fibre cord and feathers. The coolest part of the whole necklace is that the vials can actually be opened and the feathers replaced with a finding of your choosing. Costing just under 50 clams, why wouldn’t you pick one up?
Vintage tools in modern design: the Ampersand Necklace from Gwen Delicious Jewelry Designs features an original piece from a hand-cranking printing press, polished and suspended from a gunmetal chain. Typography lovers – enjoy! Shop for this and other Gwen Delicious styles in the Lost At E Minor store.
How would you style your hair while under the influence of drugs? Aroha Silhouettes has launched part two of Molecular Addictions, this time taking inspiration from the experiments done on spiders in the mid 90s by NASA.
Everyone has his or her own secret indulgence. Molecular Addictions is a jewellery collection and a concept series by Aroha Silhouettes where molecules are depicted in a way that shows the dark and lonely addictions we can have to addictive substances.
This necklace has been handmade in Italy by Paola Volpi. No longer are zips merely a functioning necessity for apparel, this unique necklace has been created from original gold zippers and thick transparent acrylic threading.
This beautiful necklace was handmade in Italy by Anna Lodi, who designed each original necklace from original Italian sheet music. She has adopted a paper-mache technique to create each bead, which is encapsulated by transparent glass-based resin.