Gemma Redux founder Rachel Dooley earned a mechanical engineering degree and even graduated from law school before realizing her true calling: designing exquisite jewelry. Based in NYC, Dooley has a knack for creating earrings, chain necklaces, and other pieces that are both feminine yet tough: think a handmade brass cuff bracelet accented with a chunky marquise-cut turquoise stone, vintage-inspired pearl and chain earrings, or a statement necklace accented with crystals and metal spikes. A favorite among celebs such as Cameron Diaz, Ginnifer Goodwin, Jessica Alba and Molly Sims, Gemma Redux jewelry has appeared on NBC’s <I>Today</i> show and in the pages of <i>Harper’s Bazaar</i>, <i>WWD</i> and <i>Glamour</i>.
From understated to bold and bright, this selection of baubles is full of unique, statement-making pieces. Look to DANNIJO for a tough-girl edge in the leather wrap bracelet with plated brass studs. See Sur Evolution for whimsical earrings that range in shape from delicate gold-plated leaves to textured pieces of miniature driftwood. And for big jewelry with big impact, check out Rachel Leigh’s boisterous multi-chain necklaces, from plain gold to rhinestone clusters.
These two designers use chains to stunning effect. Tied up and tied down, but always tangled, the heavy metal is wrapped around chunky stones like tourmaline, quartz and jade. From rippling chainmail earrings to bib necklaces to make you drool, the designs of Gemma Redux and Jennifer Rose set off a gorgeous chain reaction.
These bibs aren't for babies, but they just might make you drool. Designer jewelers Gemma Redux and Ranjana Khan make luxe necklaces dripping with coral, onyx, crystals and braided gold rope. Go ahead and go ga-ga for these gorgeous pieces.
Wear these exotic sparklers to up the wow factor of any ensemble. The edgy, organic shapes of Bijules’ and Fallon’s earrings, rings and pendants include sculpted designs of bones, skulls and knives, making them guaranteed conversation-starters. Or double-dip from your striking style with Diana Broussard’s crystal bracelets, or the lush cascading chains from Gemma Redux and Made Her Think.