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Jewellery is quite a personal thing. It’s both a reflection of one’s personality and a public display of it. Is she a diamonds girl or a peals girl? Does she wear low-key classic pieces of fine jewellery that match every outfit, or does she indulge in seasonal statement pieces? Once you get beyond those questions, one possible answer is that she’s the kind of girl…
Ear cuffs and ear wraps come in so many forms. As for which suits you (or the person at the receiving end of your gift giving) is up to you. From the boho to the elegant, the upper ear has never had such a big moment in the spotlight. Here are 5 picks for ear cuffs from the handmade to the luxurious.
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Each ManiaMania collection of jewellery is accompanied by a description of its inspirations that’s just about as mystical and cryptic and open to interpretation as the jewellery itself. Reliably there’s some inspiration drawn from the hippie days of the ‘60s and ‘70s. If it’s a fascination with spiritualism or surrealism or religious cult it’s the fascination revived from the way it was in those free-loving…
The product and the imagery are always in fierce competition with any ManiaMania campaign. In this campaign, as with all the previous, you get swept up in the mood; the mystical, sensual mood. And as you’re being swept away on the white-water rush of dreamy imagery, your eyes scramble to fixate on the jewellery and accessories that should be the true stars of the campaign.…
As surreal and dream-like as the campaign images themselves, these three videos of Abbey Lee Kershaw for Maniamania are perfectly in spirit with the dizzying themes of the collection. Shot by Elle Muliarchyk, you can view all three videos after the break.
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To say ManiaMania have build up something of a cultish following would not be inaccurate. The jewellery label’s quickly-established trademark of bohemian rawness and mystical themes is as clear cut and singular as their pieces are complex, and there couldn’t be a better face for the brand than Abbey Lee Kershaw – a walking personification of their style. For spring 2011/2012 their collection The Third…
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With platinum blonde hair, moon shaped backdrops and a nose ring, Abbey Lee Kershaw looks mesmerizing and vampish for ManiaMania reve. Crochet vests and layered jewellery make for an intriguing shoot which can be viewed in full after the jump.
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ManiaMania are forgers of cool. Their chunky crystals and molten twists of metal have a way of oozing rock-infused attitude, and their choice in models perfectly reflects that. First it was Bambi Northwood-Blyth, next up it’s Abbey Lee Kershaw.
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I was only just the other day proclaiming my adoration of MANIAMANIA‘s collection of jewellery, a primordial mix of rough crystals and molten metal. Soon after I happened upong this street style photo by Vanessa Jackman, which was snapped in Sydney… Love the combination of the simple grey tank, exposed lingerie, and the MANIAMANIA ‘Alchemy’ necklace.
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