Kimberly Wyatt, Former Member of the Pussycat Dolls, Wears Night Fox Jewelry in This Week's Issue of Hello! Magazine
Check out the August 25th issue of Hello! magazine to see ex-Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt sporting the oh-so-elegant Luna Vermeil Collar Necklace! Want to dress like the stars? Get yours here.
Night Fox Jewelry is going to the Golden Globes, and you can too! The pieces listed below will be featured in the DPA Gift Lounge for Golden Globe nominees this weekend. That means any actor nominated for an award this year or a Golden Globes presenter can receive a gift from Night Fox Jewelry. They can also borrow pieces to wear for press events, after parties, and the red carpet. To vamp up your Hollywood Style, just click on the product images below for purchasing information!
Check out Boticca's Designer Spotlight of Night Fox Jewelry below, and click here to visit Night Fox on Boticca.
From water’s movements to the moon’s surface, there is an otherworldly quality to Kate Finley’s inspiration. In a way, her jewelry collection was formed years ago, with an astronomy course in which she “held” a projected image of the moon in her hands. “I can’t quite explain the sensation other than that it was a bit surreal and totally magical,” Kate says. Soon after, she embarked on her first-ever journey alone, a solo trip to Kenya. “Knowing that my family could see the moon too was comforting in a way, even if it wasn’t at the same time. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, how foreign your surroundings, how upside down you might feel, at some point during the day or night you can usually catch a glimpse of the moon.” Using the laborious reticulation process, Kate aims to capture the surface of the moon, as well as the constantly shifting surface of the sea. “I find water soothing to my soul, and I like the interconnectedness that the tidal pulls from the moon creates on earth.” By repeatedly heating and cooling sheets of metal, Kate creates textured jewels as unique as fingerprints.
"True art often conceals itself in apparent simplicity."
Most of us have a tendency to get wrapped up in the everyday mundane and fail to notice that there is art all around us, everywhere we look. Where do you see art?
I started to work on this blog but that dog up there distracted me with his antics. Check back soon though--surely he can't keep this up all day.