SALE ENDED ON: November 29, 2010
In 1990, at the tender age of 22, New York City native Alexis Bittar launched his eponymous costume jewelry label from his modest East Village apartment. It didn't take long before the buzz about Bittar's ingenious, hand-carved, gilded acrylic creations reached the Guggenheim Museum and Henri Bendel. By 1999, Bittar was designing couture jewelry for Burberry — reinterpreting the brand's signature plaid in Lucite. Alexis Bittar jewelry is an expression of a singular and extraordinary vision, and his collectable pieces enjoy international adoration. In 2004 Bittar was honored with the Accessories Council’s "Rising Star" award and in became a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America. With regular features in premier publications such as Vogue, Elle and Vanity Fair, his earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings have become favorites for Madonna, Oprah Winfrey, Sarah Jessica Parker, and other A-listers.
Past Sales Featuring Alexis Bittar
SALE ENDED ON: October 26, 2010
Jewelry Bazaar: Stylish Pieces Under $75It’s hard to believe such opulent looks are so incredibly affordable. Here, tons of modern jewelry designers provide shining examples of their work. Think bright necklaces, opulent cocktail rings, and colorful chandelier earrings, to name a few. The glitzy bangles and layer-friendly bead necklaces are particular standouts.
SALE ENDED ON: March 29, 2010
Final Jewelry SaleLook closely among this treasure trove of jewelry — there are some real steals here. Check out the gorgeously crafted bib necklaces by Ranjana Khan. Beribboned and dripping with gems, pearls and chains, these are real statement pieces that take an ordinary dress into extraordinary realms. Elsewhere, colorful baubles by KEP, Gara Michelle and Rachel Leigh are just bright for spring.
SALE ENDED ON: February 17, 2010
Jewelry by Alexis Bittar and Anna BeckArtful, colorful and above all, chic, Alexis Bittar’s jewelry is full of statement makers like chain-link necklaces strewn with semiprecious stones, wood and hammered gold. Or set your sights on Anna Beck, whose every piece has a distinctive raised-circle pattern. Simple yet exotic, her handcrafted collection includes silver- and gold-plate pendants in the shape of leaves, hearts and discs, as well as chandelier, hoop and drop earrings.
SALE ENDED ON: December 23, 2009
Alexis Bittar JewelryArtful, colorful and above all, chic, the jewelry selection here is full of statement-makers and conversation-starters. Take the chain-link necklaces, strewn with semi-precious stones, wood and hammered gold drops. Or, set your sights on several dramatic earrings, dotted with colored pearls, wrapped with silk cord or plated with a liquidy coat of gunmetal. Striking mother-of-pearl signet rings also make an appearance.
SALE ENDED ON: September 14, 2009
Alexis Bittar JewelryBrooklyn native Alexis Bittar launched his eponymous jewelry collection out of his East Village apartment by using Bakelite and Lalique glass. His hand-carved, hand-painted and gilded Lucite was soon discovered by the Guggenheim and Henri Bendel, and by 1999, Bittar had designed Burberry's first couture jewelry collection, reinterpreting the brand's signature plaid on Lucite. Alexis Bittar jewelry is an expression of a singular and extraordinary vision and his collectable pieces enjoy international adoration. In 2004 Bittar was honored with the Accessories Council’s "Rising Star" award and became a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2005. With regular features in premier publications such as Vogue, Elle and Vanity Fair, his designs are cult favorites for A-listers like Madonna, Oprah Winfrey, Sarah Jessica Parker and fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld. Read more about Alexis Bittar on our blog.
SALE ENDED ON: July 21, 2009