From cuffs dripping with chains to geometric-patterned necklaces to shoulder-dusting earrings, all of Fiona Paxton’s jewelry is handmade with weaving and beading techniques from ancient India. Paxton, a globetrotting graduate of the Royal College of Art, lived in New York and Bangkok and consulted for fashion companies such as Armani and Chloe before settling down in London to concentrate on her stunning accessory line. Once you’re attuned to this British designer’s style, you’ll recognize her exotic pieces everywhere – like the pages of <i>Vogue</i>, the display case at Barneys, or on fashionable celebs such as Drew Barrymore and Kate Hudson.
More than a finishing touch, jewelry by Fiona Paxton is like a fashion element in and of itself. Her thick, fringe-y necklaces can take the place of scarves, while her long, geometric earrings graze the shoulders, adding interest to a simple top.
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British designer Fiona Paxton’s jewelry is made by hand using ancient Indian techniques, and her exquisite beadwork has attracted the likes of Drew Barrymore and Kate Hudson. From geometric-patterned, multi-strand necklaces to fringed bibs to long cascading earrings, her exotic yet hip pieces can’t help but make a statement.
Slim and delicate, or substantial and thickset, these beaded lovelies offer many unique looks to a variety of jewelry lovers. Our favorites include Devon Leigh’s gold cuff, dotted with colored stone marbles; Miguel Ases’ intricate, double-circle earrings; and the beaded collar from Fiona Paxton, trimmed with a cascade of metal chains.