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Alice & Chains Jewelry can now be found on Fancy!
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One of our recent Instagram posts caught the attention of the Houston local publication Voyage Houston. They featured our post along with many other Houston based artists.Continue reading
Some days coffee just ain't enough to kick my mom-bossing into gear. Outside of caffeine, music is effective motivation for me. It keeps me feeling light, energetic, positive, and frankly it keeps me going more than any coffee or tea. Read my 10 Songs that keep me bossy.Continue reading
I came to New York with my boyfriend, eight suitcases, and my miniature dachshund. We flew in from Las Vegas and at a friend's insistence went straight from the airport, dog and suitcases in tow, into Manhattan for karaoke. I'd like to blame the tequila - but really, those crazy girls in their prom dresses rapping were just so much fun!Continue reading
We have loved the scenic Hudson Rivertowns in New York, but an adventure named Houston called and we're moving! Onward & Upward!Continue reading
Beginning May 1st, 2018 Alice & Chains Jewelry will temporarily press pause on all new bespoke orders. Any bespoke orders already started prior to May 1st will be completed. Products online will still be available for purchase and delivery.Continue reading
Get over hump day & celebrate Women's History Month by popping into ArtsWestchester's gallery!
6PM - 8:30PMContinue reading
Couture jewelry is the dream part of my career as a jewelry designer. There are no boundaries, my imagination can run wild. Creating this couture collection began with peacock colors, pirates, and Madeira's vibrant history in hand-made lace. Discover the beauty of Madeira and see our gorgeous collection come to life!Continue reading
What I try to do in my design is to make a woman dream.
Oscar De La Renta was a creative soul with a deeply connected ability to see inspiration in color, fabric, form, culture, and people. To find such raw forms of uninhabited imagination is rare and generally for most, only found or remembered in childhood. Ushered through schools and systems tracked only for success in college, the ability to keep your finger on the pulse that inspires you is difficult.Continue reading