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About Ranjana Khan

Born and raised in India, jewelry designer Ranjana Khan got her start in the fashion business as a teenage model. Not long after escaping her native country to avoid an arranged marriage, she settled in New York City and soon met her husband, high-end fashion designer Naeem Khan. After years working in the embroidery business (a Khan family tradition), Ranjana Khan switched to designing jewelry — referencing her many years in textiles by incorporating tulle, velvet, silk, and colorful grosgrain ribbons into her highly distinctive designs. Pearls, crystals, and amethyst are just some of gems you'll find in Khan’s dazzling array of bib necklaces, drop earrings, woven bracelets, cluster rings, and bridal jewelry. In addition to designing baubles for the likes of Leighton Meester and Eva Longoria, Ranjana Khan has also created a collection for the Limited and had her work featured in <i>Allure</i>, <i>Marie Claire</i>, and many other publications.

Past Sales Featuring Ranjana Khan & more

Sale Ended April 02, 2015

Street Style Spotlight: Moscow

As Moscow Fashion Week comes to a close, we're celebrating these serious style stars, spotted on the street. Standing out from the show-going crowds is no easy feat, unless you happen to be a part of the impeccably dressed tribe known as the "Russian Fashion Mafia." Ultra chic members like Mira Duma and Elena Perminova serve up outfit inspiration worthy of a photo op in eye-catching looks often ripped straight from the runways. Tap into the It Girl look yourself with the wardrobe upgrades below, and cue the flashbulb frenzy.

Sale Ended April 10, 2014

Deepa Gurnani Jewelry

Stand out this spring in handcrafted bohemian adornments.

Sale Ended February 11, 2015

Statement Necklaces Feat. Amber Sceats

Attention-getting collars and bibs turn basic outfits bold.

Sale Ended January 31, 2011

Best Gifts Under $100 - 12/1/2010

We've selected a grouping of gifts for our discerning members who know that high style doesn't have to be high priced.