‘Tis the season of sparkle, and with the holidays fast approaching, the pressure is on to choose among a plethora of accessories that can make (or break) a festive ensemble. Enter these exciting new jewelry launches—all dainty and elegant—that will not only help you stand out at staple family events like Thanksgiving and Christmas, but will also up your night-out game, whether for an office fete or New Year’s Eve. From Miansai’s fine jewelry collection to June Nineteen’s modern take on a traditional symbol, these pieces will ensure you’re a shining star on the party circuit.
Iconic '90s supermodel and movie star Amber Valletta fronts Anita Ko's first celebrity campaign, which launches today along with the designer's website.
On her relaunched website, Anita Ko showcases both classic and new fine jewelry. From $375 to $40K, any of these investment pieces will be the star of your #OOTD, so just let them do their thing.
Known for her unique gemstones, Kendra Scott is experimenting with high-end jewelry for the first time, with limited-edition pieces in iconic silhouettes plus pavé diamonds and 14K gold. After a trial run sold out earlier this year, the jewelry designer released five styles that range from $650 to $1,500. That's one way to win over the holiday shoppers.
Cult favorite Miansai's understated bangles and rings have always bridged chic and cool. Now the brand is upgrading its designs to include 14K yellow, white and rose gold and pavé diamonds for a fine jewelry collection that goes with just about every outfit. Prices are around $450 for studs and $6,200 for cuffs, but because these pieces are seasonless, they're totally worth the splurge.
The talismanic comb was carried as good luck and protection back in the 7th century. Today, jewelry line June Nineteen uses this ancient symbol as inspiration for its latest collection, Comb. Featuring white diamonds and 14K gold, these pieces are total conversation starters. Modern folk stories, anyone?
Of the utmost elegance, John Hardy's Modern Chain collection is both contemporary and timeless, with 18k gold and sterling silver married into unique pieces inspired by Balinese craftsmanship. Prices go up to $20,500, but a little bit goes a long way when you're wearing these dramatic heirlooms.
For the holidays, Mejuri's The Engravables collection consists of two customizable pieces—a bracelet and necklace—handcrafted in solid 14K gold with a fine chain that adds just the right amount of personality to its wearer. You can also get your loved one's initials (or a number) monogrammed at a reasonable $175 to $240 price range.