With medieval flourish and an ornate couturish vibe, Loree Rodkin’s jewelry seems fit for a queen. And since designing Michelle Obama’s inaugural baubles, she’s indeed earned her place as fashion royalty, including her very own spot in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian. Her edgy, handcrafted pieces are a go-to for those who want the finest and the flashiest. Madonna, Elton John and Cher are just a few of the folks who’ve fallen for her stackable beaded bracelets, goth silver rings, piled-high multi-strand necklaces and big statement earrings.
Past Sales Featuring Loree Rodkin
SALE ENDED ON: December 29, 2012
SALE ENDED ON: April 21, 2011
Fine Jewelry by Dana Rebecca and Loree RodkinAn inspired pairing of two of our favorite designers, this sale includes an array of candy-colored dazzlers that beg to be the centerpiece of your next evening look. A plump lemon quartz cocktail ring looks good enough to eat, while dazzling multi-colored drop earrings are the stuff of fantasy.
SALE ENDED ON: April 9, 2011
Splurge!There's no crime in wanting the very best for those close to your heart. And even if there were, we'd be here as an accomplice. Go all out with our selection of luxurious items. These are gifts that won't soon be forgotten!
SALE ENDED ON: February 28, 2011
Red Carpet ReadyIt’s not just the glitterati who have access to sensational dresses and jaw-dropping accessories. Make a red-carpet entrance with an ensemble from this glamorous selection that includes floor-sweeping gowns, crystal-encrusted evening bags, and teetering stilettos.
SALE ENDED ON: February 17, 2011
In Love With Fashion Trends: The BluesFashion's blue period has officially begun. And from deep, saturated indigos, to the palest smoky periwinkle, to the brightest cobalt, all shades are welcome. Slip on a frock in the blue of your choice, or add a pop of the hue to your shoe collection with a fun marine-blue booty or demure navy flat.
SALE ENDED ON: February 2, 2011
Fine Jewelry by Vendoro, Loree Rodkin & ArunashiIf you're too lazy—or overworked, or underslept—to pull together inspired work ensembles, the right piece of jewelry is a great way to fake it. Fluid, organic shapes and re-imagined everyday items dominate this selection of statement finds, from a trio of designers whose works range from gorgeously understated to gloriously over the top.
SALE ENDED ON: December 27, 2010