Bauhaus Collection

Bauhaus Collection
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We're all about black and white everything in this collection. The fall runways were full of sleek silhouettes with color palettes limited to just high contrast black and white. With a nod to the art world we shot this month's look book exploring the galleries in New York's gallery district, Chelsea. Projects include hematite hoops with semi-precious stones, our favorite chain of the moment, and a little something to personalize your sweet treats later this month.

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In This Collection

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The Louise

An ode to our favorite Louise, this bracelet is a study in monochrome. The amazing hematite fishtail chain is our favorite find of the month. We tied it with a wisp of hand painted silk ribbon and paired it with a vintage rhinestone bracelet to keep it soft. It transforms even the most basic jeans and tee combination.

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The Helen

This one is a breeze to make so you can be wearing these bad boys in just a few minutes. We fell in love with the black needles in each rutilated quartz bead that make it seem as if it were the tiniest of abstract paintings. The combination of the black and white quartz with the soft shimmer of the faceted pyrite are a super wearable combination for fall.

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The Frida

The top knot of the summer moves to the nape of your neck this fall. What better way to celebrate then with a little sparkle? Embellished pins and combs are the right-now way to dress up your hair for fall. We especially love the black, crystal and pearl mix here.

This mix of stones and pearls is equally lovely sewn onto your collar, a sweater or a knit hat. We've been seeing anything and everything with a little bling sewn onto it this fall and we support this.

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The Elaine

Personalize your sweet treats or notecards with your own stamp. We fell in love with these sturdy wood blocks and had to use them to personalize our own gift bags and note cards. Whether you create a geometric pattern, chic stripes or your initials is up to you.

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