Shinola launches first-ever women’s jewelry line with Pamela Love
Shinola this week launched its first-ever women’s jewelry collection designed by New York City-based designer Pamela Love. The Detroit company first announced the collection and partnership in February.
The 54-piece jewelry collection is inspired by craft, quality and modern American design much like Shinola’s signature timepieces and leather goods. Each piece is made in the US through processes like lost wax process, cast, hand polishing, and assembly and is then hand finished.
"There wasn't much hesitation," Love said of the partnership to Shinola. "Of course I wanted to do this — I really believe in what Shinola is doing with its domestic manufacturing efforts and creating jobs in places where they are needed."
Pieces like the Signet Ring, Coin Edge Cuff Bracelet, and Large Crescent Pendant Necklace share details like the Shinola Lightning Bolt and are available for engraving.
When asked about inspiration for the collection, she said, “I was very focused on the watches themselves, looking at the details that make Shinola watches so special. I was thinking a great deal about classic American jewelry — iconic pieces that are part of our language and passed down from generation to generation.”
Love launched her namesake jewelry label in 2007 and she has collaborated with a number of designers and brands over the years including Zac Posen, Opening Ceremony, J. Crew, Zadig & Voltaire, Topshop, Creatures of the Wind and recently Cushnie et Ochs for the brand’s pre-fall collection.
Shinola Jewelry ranges in price from $120 to $2,800.
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