New York City: I Love You

We are back from the Big Apple and missing its magic already. It was a very exciting buying trip and we cannot wait to share with you all the new things we found!

Here are a few snapshots of our week:

We shopped, and shopped, and shopped!

The Jewelry selections were some of the best we had ever seen.

We found great new lines to bring into the NEWTW!ST family.

We love seeing our artists, for whom we hold great appreciation. When we get together, it’s like visiting with old friends.

We hit the town and took in all of New York’s yummy food, art, and culture.

We even fit in some Barre 3.

Even though we froze our toes off, it was fun to see snowy New York.

And of course, no trip is complete without a little silliness.

-Until next time NYC!


2014 in Photos

…And with the passing of another beautiful year, we look to this fresh beginning with open eyes and hearts. Every passing minute invites new possibility and growth, and we are ready to embrace whatever is in store for us in 2015! Wishing you all a full and adventurous year to come.

Wearable Architecture

With a beautifully unique vision that has captivated us since day one, may we introduce one of our newest artists, Marmol Radziner. An extension of design/build architecture firm Marmol Radziner, Marmol Radziner Jewelry’s cuffs, bangles, and rings exude a bold presence that is neither too flashy nor too conservative.

Artfully structured to fit both men and women, each piece makes an elemental statement with an elegant charm that offers an aura derived from the realm of design and architecture. These industrial pieces are transformed into personal, portable, architectural fragments that will continuously stand out with daily wear.

Created in the same workshop where the firm’s architectural models and full-scale building details are made, each design comes to life and takes on a unique quality, as no two pieces will ever start or stay the same.

Each solid bronze piece is available in natural bronze, light bronze, distressed, and dark patina finishes and is designed to evolve gracefully with its wearer. The patina of the darker finishes will lighten and the natural finish will develop a darker patina.

Starting at $70, these have landed just in time for the holidays. Shop them here.

Photos by Laura Barton

Holiday Gift Guide

The holiday season is upon us! We’ve rounded up an array of hand-selected gift ideas so you can enjoy this wonderful time of year and check off your list with ease.

These are for the girl on your list who’s building her collection of everyday jewelry but has no fear rocking current trends. Whether your girl is a teen, tween, or just young at heart, may we suggest: 1. a sweet and simple Jane Hollinger necklace ($105-$480), 2. her first Jamie Joseph ring ($705 and up), 3. barely-there stacking rings by Kismet ($160 and up), 4. the ever-so-popular Tai bracelets ($40-$130), 5. Sydney Evan’s cursive word necklaces ($455 and up).

For the lady on your list who loves layers of lace, a pastiche of patterns, and jewelry that’s just as one-of-a-kind as her style, may we suggest: 1. stone pendant necklaces by Victoria Cunningham ($870-$1,565), 2. a Dhurrie tote by Will Leather Goods ($495), 3. stone rings by Melissa Joy Manning, the more the merrier ($410-$770), 4. arm cuffs and bracelets by Avigail Adam ($45-$55), 5. a stunning dendritic agate statement necklace by Melissa Joy Manning ($1,610).

We’ve geared these picks toward the girl who knows how to rock a raglan tee, skinny jeans, chunky knits, and no-fuss jewelry. It’s all about minimalist design with edgy details. For your urban street chic girl, may we suggest: 1. architecturally-inspired Marmol Radziner cuffs ($160-$225), 2. a collection of Erica Molinari charms ($585-$2025), 3. Melissa Joy Manning’s tourmaline & agate double ring ($540), 4. Polly Wales sapphire encrusted rings ($1,135 and up), 5. Sarah McGuire’s mixed metal necklaces ($250-$360).

Photos by Laura Barton