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Lee Angel Turq Bead Teardrop Dainty Dangle Earrings
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Turq Bead Teardrop Dainty Dangle Earrings
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Assoulin started making jewelry in the 1970’s when she was a student at
New York University. Turning trimmings and everyday objects like
ribbons, rhinestones, and twigs into everything from barrettes to
bracelets, she captured the playful, punky attitude of fashion at that
time, making hand-made, personality-packed accessories her trademark.
Today––having grown her business from a do-it-yourself endeavor into a
global brand––her line, Lee Angel, is the country’s quintessential
source for joyous, energetic, and innovative costume jewelry.
From the very beginning,
Assoulin’s career has been an eclectic one, glittered with
collaborations and clever ideas. In the ’70’s, Assoulin designed
exclusives for Norma Kamali and Jackie Rogers, and for the Fiorucci
store in Soho. They asked me to make things that were more Italian, so I
glued dried bowtie pasta onto barrettes, Assoulin says of Fiorucci. In
the ’80’s, amidst the success of her debut line, Roxanne Assoulin, she
worked with many of the industry’s best: Stephen Sprouse, Marc Jacobs,
Fabien Baron, Polly Mellon, and Oscar de la Renta, among them. More
recently, Assoulin teamed with designer Brian Reyes on a collection of
constellation-like pieces to compliment his Fall ’09 collection. From
the runways to the clubs and straight on to celebrities like Madonna and
Kate Hudson, Assoulin’s optimistic and superbly original pieces give
every woman who wears them a distinct and desirable edge.
Today, Assoulin designs fifteen
collections annually for Lee Angel, the line she launched in 1999 and
named after her third and youngest son, Lee. Characterized by pieces
that are either dead-simple or delightfully over-the-top, Lee Angel
strikes a perfect balance between fashion’s haute and its humor, and is
reputed to be the best source for modern, feminine, and affordable
costume jewelry today. There’s always a freedom, innocence, and
prettiness to Lee Angel, says Assoulin. It’s stylish, but never
over-styled. So you’ll never look like you’ve tried too hard.
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