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Sure, call us fickle — one second we’re meddling with midi-skirts, and the next, we’re scouting out hill-friendly high-tops. But, one everyday embellishment we’re consistenly crazy about? Our array of daily jewels. Found within our always-expanding stack of necklaces, studs, and cuffs galore sit plenty of pretty pieces by Oakland-based designer Marisa Haskell. We aren’t yanking your chain (har har) when we say we never walk out of the quaint Temescal Alley shop empty-handed. Haskell continually cranks out mesmerizing, boho-influenced gems with a dash of Native American flair. It’s not hard to fathom why she nabbed a spot on our list of best Bay Area jewelry designers.
Well, the East Bay designer has wowed us again — this time in the form of a lustrous lake-house-themed lookbook. The images elicit feelings of sun-drenched, summer days with the jewels, of course, taking center stage. “We shot the lookbook in Laurel Canyon. We wanted to create an atmosphere that felt like summer and fall at an old lake house — not just that pure summer joy, but the lonely and quiet times as well,” says Haskell. Ready to get dreamy? Click away for a sun and jewel-soaked series of sparkling snaps.
Photo: Courtesy of Marisa Haskell/Emma Garr
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