Launched in 2012, Campbell jewelry is wrought with inspiring contradictions — urbanity and nature, hard-edged architecture and soft, delicate lines. And for fall '13, they're bringing their duplicitous sensibility back in a big way. This time, taking notes from ancient influences like pointed Gothic arches and Roman numerals, the collection still somehow manages to read fresh and modern.
Our favorite moments come in geometric rings, a goddess-worthy choker, and cuffs you'll want to wear all season long. Pieces without stones start at just $115 and will be totally shop-able on the line's e-commerce, come autumn. Until then, if you're a saver, set aside funds for the impending precious-metal wares. But if you're a splurger (like us), go for it now on their current spring stock — and then again later on in the year.
Photos: Courtesy of Campbell.
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