New York-based jewelry designer Pamela Love has partnered with Detroit watchmaker Shinola to create a jewelry collection set to debut in November. The new Pamela Love jewelry line will feature earrings, necklaces and bracelets in sterling silver and 14K gold, priced from $200 to $2,000.
Crowned “America’s Coolest Brand” by Adweek magazine, Shinola manufactures “affordable luxury” products with a “Made in America” vibe. In addition to its popular retro-design watches, the company makes vintage-style bicycles, leather goods and home furnishings. It has been widely credited for bringing hundreds of manufacturing jobs back to the struggling city of Detroit.
“I’m so thrilled to work with like-minded people who care about creating quality products and jobs,” Love told JCKOnline. “Shinola is a brand that has been on my mind since it first launched , and it’s an honor to partner with them.”
About Pamela Love
After working as a stylist, painter and set designer, Pamela Love began making jewelry in her Brooklyn apartment in 2007. Since then, she has created a full production facility and design studio in Manhattan’s Garment District.
Her classic-to-opulent jewelry draws on “nature, music and magic,” inspirations that give her pieces a cool rocker edge. Popular designs range from modestly priced sterling silver rings and hand-bracelets to one-of-a-kind arrowheads set in 14K gold.
What’s In Store
The new Pamela Love jewelry collection for Shinola is expected to include “classic shapes and pieces that you’ll hopefully have for years.” Designed for men and women, her eclectic mix of delicate and bold silhouettes is a hallmark of all her collections.
Look for Love’s jewelry to hit Shinola stores and other select retail locations in time for the holiday season.
To learn about Shinola and its entrepreneurial mission, check out this article in Inc. magazine.
Sources: JCK, dMagazine, FashionTimes.com, Inc. Magazine