Tuesday, 17 August 2010

no Love lost


NYC, Brooklyn-born Pamela Love (what's in a name? everything!) 
is a real rocking artist, an acclaimed jewelry designer who in 
the last few seasons had successful collaborations with fashion 
designers like Zac Posen, Marchesa, Frank Tell and Yigal Azrouel.


Her signature 'talon claw cuff' instantly became a fashion statement
making Love to join forces with Black Sheep & Prodigal Sons 
in order to transform it in a one-of-a-kind sculptural 
'Mammoth talon cuff', limited to 14 numbered pieces.


Pamela collaborated even with retailer Opening Ceremony to
create limited-edition jewels inspired by Spike Jonze's 2009 movie
”Where the wild things are” but undoubtedly her own business 
has grown mostly on word of mouth.


The hand-hewn collections convey all her force of personality 
as well her many creative skills (Love was previously the assistant 
to painter Francesco Clemente and fashion shoots stylist) 
while telling a unique story. 



Her symbol-laden designs, the romantic-ethnic or dark-post-gothic
mood of creations like the stunning metal bag exclusively made for
Revolve or even her trans-seasonal classical signature jewels can be
seen on fashion editorials worldwide and, ultimately, in storefronts.






6 comments:

  1. Well, this is quite different but I for me love more the Tuscan based Jewelry designer Giovanni Raspini in Italy... whom I represent here in the USA and for Canada. FAR more elegant and 'wearable' compared to Pamela Love's design. So far I did NOT fall in Love with her jewelry...
    Blame me for loving everything Italian from La Perla till Giovanni Raspini Charms & Co etc.

    Greetings from Georgia/USA

    MariettesBacktoBasics

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  2. OMG Mariette, I know it for sure and Love's are not so wearable though but I love her metal bag as well her business attitude. Besides, you know, nemo profeta in patria, as to say ”an expert is anyone out of town” and that's the reason why I
    absolutely don't blame you for loving everything Italian. Cheers

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  3. wow :D i want that one with the freaky monsters hand.

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  4. She is indeed super talented...especially love the bracelets

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  5. These are great!
    I love it.
    strong and delicate works....

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