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We're L-O-V-I-N-G Pamela Love For Topshop

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    How many times can we say "love" in an article? Start counting now—we're seriously in bat-shit crazy love with Pamela Love's May 2011 collection for Topshop. In her first collaboration for the retail chain, hitting stores May 26, the NY-based jeweler re-visited familiar (and beloved) territory, mining her signature South and Native American motifs for pieces that are aimed for a slightly younger customer—with a price-point to match. Perfect to add some statement to your summer jewel box, the entire range was inspired by '70s "Gypsy Rockers," a theme evident in dark metals, lots of hearts, feathers, and, Aztec-ish chains and studs that bring to mind a mythical St. Mark's Place in Mexico. For Pamela, it was a match made in accessory heaven: "I think Topshop is one of the most creative, fashion forward companies...It’s one of my favourite stores!” Ours too—even more so now.

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