Not many designers can say they launched their careers over tea with Coco Chanel—but that's exactly where renowned jewelry designer Miriam Haskell's story begins. The two traded fashion-world gossip and inspiration, and, in 1926, Haskell opened her first boutique. Creating collections for the society women of her day—Coco Chanel, Joan Crawford, Lucille Ball—it wasn't long before she was a worldwide sensation. Today, the Miriam Haskell name continues to represent the finer things: her baubles all are hand-crafted (some taking as long as three days to create) and the resulting piece is as collectible as it is a red-carpet-worthy accoutrement.
Entangled strand necklaces. Octagonal bangles. Sets of 36 colorful bangles. The finds in this jewelry selection are as bold as they are eclectic. Shop some of your favorite designers, from Amrita Singh to Belargo, and act fast — this is your last chance to snag these pieces.
Synonymous with glamorous jewelry since the 1920's, Miriam Haskell's clientele has included the likes of Coco Chanel, Joan Crawford, and, most recently Michelle Obama—who was seen wearing a multi-chain necklace by Haskell on Veterans Day. You'll fall for these hand-crafted baubles too when you take a look at the shoulder-grazing earrings, elaborate multi-chain necklaces, and striking cocktail rings in this sale.