Fallon's Greatest Hits Collection Is Actually Really...Great

FYI, don't turn down the volume on Fallon's Greatest Hits collection, especially if you're into Grimes (we're talking punk princess style here). Since Dana Lorenz launched Fallon in 2007, we've been obsessed with the more affordable diffusion collection to her higher-end Fenton. Luckily, Fallon has reinterpreted Lorenz' signature Fenton classics for fall '12's chart-topping range: the ID bracelet, chokers and bibs, charm bracelets, and the structured cuff we've come to know and love are now sparkly and as new as ever—on a budget that's more Dazed & Confused than Billboard. Celebrating years of lower price-point success and collabs with big-timers like Proenza Schouler and Thakoon, we're glad she's still (relatively) under-the-radar enough to keep us stocking up our jewel boxes. Sure, we love classic grandma femme jewelry like a string of pearls... but leave it to Fallon to add a dash of 'tude and some studs. It's kind of like we could close our eyes, pick a piece, and be good to go, whether we're on stage or singing to our Photo Booth at our desks (don't lie, you know you've done it).
Click through to see 16 of our favorite pieces from Fallon's "Greatest Hits" collection! We think they're all #1.
Photos: Courtesy of Fallon

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