Steven Lagos always knew that he wanted to be an artist. Spawned from his belief that jewelry is one of the most personal and significant forms of art, Lagos founded his eponymous line in 1977. Steven draws his inspiration from his vision of the Lagos woman, elegant, timeless and classic, she possesses a never compromising sense of sophistication, she is a reflection of his pieces – think rings mixed with cool combinations of leather and silk, diamond drop earrings with sterling silver links and 14k gold post backing, and bright green amethyst pendants with harlequin facets and a lobster clasp. Every piece of Lagos jewelry is carefully constructed, reflecting Steven’s commitment to detail, love of fine art, and extensive travel. His signature Diamonds & Caviar collection is named for its stunning caviar-like beading, gemstones, diamonds, 18-karat gold and sterling silver. Newer creations like the bold and colorful Prism collection, feature edgy details and geometric designs that embody the essence of a more modern sensibility. With so much to choose from, Lagos jewelry is a fit for any season or occasion.
Sophisticated necklaces, bracelets, and rings in a signature mix of metals.
Since 1977, LAGOS has been designing museum quality jewelry that's recognized for being beautiful, distinctive, fun and easy to wear. Best known for its signature Caviar Collection crafted from sterling silver and accented with 18-karat gold, semi-precious gems and Caviar-like beading, the LAGOS tradition is rooted in old-world craftsmanship with an uncompromising attention to detail. Drawing from a diverse fountain of inspiration—from modern architectural landscape to Art Deco—LAGOS continually seeks to integrate the elements of a modern, urban lifestyle, the traditions of the classical past, and the prolific essence of an international spirit into every creation. The LAGOS collection is available at luxury retailers including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales and Gilt Groupe, as well as LAGOS' flagship store in Philadelphia's most prominent shopping district, Rittenhouse Square.
John Hardy first studied the ancient craft of jewelry making with the goldsmiths of Balinese royalty, infusing his endlessly covetable (and sustainable) pieces with a rich sense of history. Indulge in these sleek updates on traditional designs: Think intricately wrought station bracelets, pendants necklaces, and standout studs set with blue topaz, amethyst, and pavé diamonds.
Treat her to glittering charm pendants, beaded bracelets, and more perfect gifts.