3 New Jewelry Lines We’re Coveting

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The best part about a jewelry obsession is that you can wear the new piece every day without judgement (a rule that sadly doesn’t apply to clothing). With that in mind, check out the three brands on our radar right now to refresh your investment wish-list. Whether you’re in the mood for a convertible ring, a dainty lariat or one-of-a-kind stones, we guarantee you’ll want to blow your entire paycheck. We did.

Photo Courtesy of Spinelli Kilcollin

Spinelli Kilcollin

Yves Spinelli spent many years working at cult boutique Maxfield before launching his L.A.-based jewelry line. The clean and architectural line is filled with timeless classics rendered in a variety of metals and diamonds. We're particularly taken with the stacking rings because they can be worn on one finger or across all five for an equally striking statement.

Mobius Earrings

$2,375

Spinelli Kilcollin

Linked Bracelet

$4,900

Spinelli Kilcollin

Nexus Ring

$7,000

Spinelli Kilcollin

Azlee

Launched by California native, Baylee Zwart, this dainty line of layering pieces (think delicate rings and light-reflecting lariats) is finished locally in L.A. Each season, a portion of the proceeds benefits a different ocean-related cause (this season supports The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California).

Light Rod Lariat

$1,392

Roseark

Single Burst Ring

$575

Roseark

2 strand lone burst earring

$598

Roseark

Tura Sugden

The San Francisco-based jewelry designer Tura Sugden specializes in small batch, one-of-a-kind pieces, celebrating the unique color palettes of natural stones. Her distinctive approach to stone setting and strict use of ethical materials and sustainable practices results in head-turning statement pieces minus the guilt.

Diamond Slice Solitaire

$1,900

Tura Sugden

Salt and Pepper Diamond Triangle Earrings

$4,730

Tura Sugden

Grey Diamond Slice Pendant

$1,100

Tura Sugden