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About Privileged

Jewelry designer Jennifer Ondyak has always been five steps ahead of the curve. After working behind the scenes at Neiman Marcus, <i>Marie Claire</i>, and Calvin Klein, in 2007 the fashion veteran opened the NYC fashion emporium Privileged, which offers a quirky mix of casual sundresses and metallic accessories. The Privileged jewelry line followed a year later. Ondyak’s fun, feminine, and unusual creations vary from the refined and traditional (aquamarine hoop earrings, zodiac necklaces) to the unconventional: delicate gold charms shaped like pretzels, handcuffs, and cupcakes; cuff bracelets adorned with lion, butterfly, leaf and panther designs; and necklaces made from metal horse bits. So go on: Feel privileged.

Past Sales Featuring Privileged & more

Sale Ended June 29, 2014

Vacation-Ready Jewelry

Hyper-saturated statement pieces to show off on your next escape.

Sale Ended October 07, 2014

Jewelry Box: Rings

Natural stone pendants, stackable bangles, and more this-minute accessories.

Sale Ended February 18, 2013

Everyday Jewelry

Can a woman ever have too much jewelry? Not if you ask us — and you'll agree when you lay eyes on the finds we've rounded up. Reinvent your jewelry collection with the dazzling pieces on offer here: We've got colorful stacked bangles, Art Deco-inspired necklaces, diamond teardrop earrings, and more from some of your favorite designer names. Plus, you can house your treasures in style with gorgeous, handcrafted jewelry boxes from Wolf Designs.

Sale Ended October 02, 2014

Fall Trend #6: '60s Moment

The fashion world loves a good historical reference. Case in point? The Fall '14 runways, where designers from Louis Vuitton to Tory Burch formed a veritable mod squad, sending out parades of abbreviated hemlines, graphic color-blocking, and seriously psychedelic prints. Find out how to swing the retro-inspired look this season with our right-now tweaks, then shop the sale below to channel the daring decade without being mistaken for Twiggy.

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