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Brian Atwood Launches 'Stiletto-Inspired' Jewelry

January 3, 2013 by Justine Schwartz
shefinds | beauty
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Brian Atwood‘s stacked pumps are undeniably good (just ask Victoria Beckham or Rachel Zoe), but shoes aren’t the only accessory in his wheelhouse. Ater signing a deal with Jones Apparel that included the launch of his lower-priced B Brian Atwood line, and a handbag collection, the designer just released his debut jewelry line.

The collection, which includes 6 styles available in both hematite plated brass and 10K gold plated brass, is priced $175-$495 and is being sold on Atwood’s website. It includes python cuffs, oversized cross necklaces, wrap bracelets and chokers. And the designer didn’t stray too far from his shoe-obsessed design aesthetic; the designer told ELLE.com that the line is actually inspired by the “sexy shape of a stiletto heel.”

He explained:

It’s an iconic shape that I think makes the jewelry powerful yet still feminine.

Agreed! Shop the entire collection in the slideshow above.

For more jewelry news, check out these chunky gold bracelets, Rachel Zoe x Charm & Chain, and infinity-inspired jewelry.

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Editorial Director

Justine Schwartz is a veteran women's lifestyle editor; she's written extensively about style & beauty tips, health advice and wedding planning for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Huffington Post and New York Weddings. Justine has been with SheFinds since 2010; you can reach her via email at [email protected]

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