Monday, September 9, 2013

The Erickson Beamon Rocks Preview


Last Wednesday I was lucky enough to attend the Erickson Beamon Rocks preview at the Soho House. The opulent, romantic, elegant yet fun setting was the perfect fit for Erickson Beamon's aesthetic. A beautiful room set with chandeliers, rich library walls and delicate rose clusters was contrasted by the irreverent fun of the Bumbys, a mix that reminds you of Erickson Beamon's intrinsic glamour yet fun twist.


Erickson Beamon Rocks is the new, lower-priced line from master of the statement piece Erickson Beamon. The idea is to turn the line's incredibly crafted, decadent look into something accessible for everyone. This makes me heart Erickson Beamon big time. Their creations are favorites among the front row, making them one of the most iconic lines that exists in the world of jewelry. The fact that they want everyone to be in that front row is kind of amazing.
 
 


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The collection consists of a whopping 120 pieces, so there's something for everyone. Especially since it's divided into mini categories that are inspired by different themes, so you can go right to the look that you identify with (although trying a different look, too, is encouraged!)

There's the Goth Girls group, characterized by strands of chunky chains, spikes and moody black roses. The Helen of Troy mixes "Old World opulence with modern femininity," creating a sort of armor for the goddess of today with gold vermeil, snake chain and dots of crystals. Arcade argues that "rainbow is the new neutral," its pieces exuding prismatic light and high-voltage color. For Firecracker, Erickson Beamon explains "think firecracker in a cocktail dress!" It's edgy yet playful and packs a punch of sparkle.

The line retails from $25 to $300 and will be in stores September!


Handbags and Hugs,

Astor

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