Cascading beads of every color, glittering Swarovski crystals, simulated quartz teardrops, fresh water pearls: you’ll find all the above and more in designer Miguel Ases’ exquisite collection of handmade jewelry. A former ballet dancer, Ases celebrates movement and elegance through his intricately detailed designs, which vary in theme from geometric and retro-Art Deco to Indian-influenced. Ases’ amethyst deep sea earrings, multi-beaded circle bracelets, signature station necklaces, and shoulder-grazing chandeliers transition effortlessly from the beach to the black-tie soiree. Worn by none other than First Lady Michelle Obama, Miguel Ases' sparkly accessories are perfect for brightening up your favorite black dress.
Never underestimate the power of a bracelet: They dangle subtly on your wrist, peeking out from behind your sleeve and adding just a touch of polish to any ensemble. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up the most coveted bracelets of the season: bangles, cuffs, and everything in between.
Bright, intricately beaded statement pieces from the Spanish designer.
Rare is the designer who can pair colorful beads and crystals in formations as striking as the ones showcased here, but Miguel Ases, R.J. Graziano, and others do so exquisitely. The emphasis of this roundup — which includes turquoise stretch bracelets, crystal beaded numbers, and multi-colored bangles — is on movement and elegance. We’re especially smitten because they're perfect for a number of destinations, from the beach to a black-tie soiree.
Rare is the designer who can pair colorful beads and crystals in formations as striking as the ones showcased here, but Miguel Ases does so exquisitely. The emphasis of this collection — which includes his signature station necklaces and intricate chandelier earrings — is on movement and elegance. (No surprise there: Ases is a former ballet dancer.) We’re especially smitten with the multi-beaded circle bracelets, which work in a variety of locales, from the beach to black-tie soirees.