JewelMint has become a go-to destination for on-trend jewelry and an instant outlet to help elevate your wardrobe with the perfect set of accessories, but now you can shop CFDA designers on the site. We repeat: Council of Fashion Designers of America award winners are now available on JewelMint. Namely, Philip Crangi. Launching next Monday, March 18, the designer behind Giles & Brother will kick off an exclusive collaboration with the membership shopping site, featuring designs that capture the raw, simplistic, and stunning appeal of the coveted jewelry brand.
Debuting the G&BxJM collab in two design directions — one that turns arrows into elegant embellishments and the other inspired by an equestrian bit, according to the designer — the pieces come in shades of rose gold and antique brass, perfect for everyday, never-take-it-off wear. And while Crangi's Giles & Brother collection continues to be a favorite for us, we're thrilled that this limited-edition collection will let a few more folks get in on the award-winning brand. Of course, with limited quantities and prices ranging from $30 to $90, we suspect plenty of G&B fans to quickly scoop up the goods.
Jump ahead for the entire lookbook of the necklaces, rings, and bangles we'll be dreaming of all weekend, as well as an exclusive video of the designer speaking to the importance of this collaboration and how "jewelry is the most personal way a women talks about her style." Beautifully said, Crangi.
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