Courtesy of Sherman Field.
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Danielle Sherman of Sherman Field founded her company, which was originally founded by Sherman’s grandparents as a clothing brand in London in 1967, in Los Angeles, after spending years in the fashion industry working for Alexander Wang, Edun—and cofounding The Row. Her collection includes heirloom pieces like chain necklaces and bracelets, huggies, studs and classic, everyday rings made from Sherman Field’s signature 18-karat yellow gold. She sells the pieces alongside a vintage collection that meshes with her timeless designs.
Courtest of Sapir Bachar.
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Sapir Bachar founded her brand in 2019 after working for Proenza Schouler and Calvin Klein as a textile designer. Her inspiration stems from draped fabrics and is reflected in her artfully crafted jewelry that combines unique links, loops of metals and interesting stones.
Courtesy of Charlie Dolly.
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Model-turned-jewelry-designer Rebecca Romijn envisioned a line of diamond jewelry meant to be lived in, layered and worn for any occasion. So she launched her line, named after her twin daughters, earlier this year. Her delicate jewelry features floating diamonds using a technique that uses a laser to pierce the diamond and give it a floating effect.