Our Creative Director, Fernando DaSilva designed an “out of the ordinary collection of jewelry that is delightfully different, chic and of course trendsetting.”
Here is a closer look at just one of the six models he styled. The unique embroidered dresses were hand picked by Fernando in Brazil in January.
Wild boho is modeled by India Farr. She has on so many spectacular pieces that it will take a moment of looking to see everything.
First, we hope you noticed the longer necklace with these peyote stitched channel beads from Lena Gillespie. Fernando selected a gradation of rainbow beads from our John Bead catalog and Lena crafted the beads using the Global Chic channel bead blanks. The snake chain these beads are strung on is vintage and a special addition to the collection.
The statement necklace Fernando designed for this look is a showstopper. It has a wildlife western influence. The turquoise horn pendant with the pewter caps are separated by red coral beads that put a spotlight on the red pattern in the woven hitched braid used as a necklace extension.
Fernando also referred to this look as our “gypsy nomad.” There are many cultural references scattered throughout the designs. He wanted to create pieces that would work well together or that could be worn one at a time.
Several sets of earring were designed and ultimately the model wore two distinct one that epitomizes the boho look.
The earring on the left is exotic and features a waterfall of metal components. The bells add a musical element and the Turquoise/Navy Global Chic teardrop semi precious beads adds an authenticity to the look.
The earring on the right began with a dreamcatcher pendant and vintage Czech glass lava beads. After seeing the unique channel bead Lena Gillespie added a beaded tassels to, Fernando opted for a stunning one of a kind combination.
The bohemian charm bracelet featured a little bit of everything that was showcased in the earrings and necklaces.
Last, but not least is the african influenced wrap bracelet.
Fernando added rivets to the weave but chose to leave the patterns visible.
The “Wild Boho” look was a success.
This is post two in our series.
Look One – Golden Butterscotch can be viewed here.