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By Mackenzie Gavel, February 15th, 2011
On this past Saturday, February 12th, Pamela Love presented her Fall/Winter 2011 collection at Milk Studios in New York City. Her collection features her traditional astrological and alchemist themes intertwined with themes driven from inspiration from traditional Navajo patterns. Hand carved metal crystal formations completed the ensembles in shimmering hues of light blue, metallic green and deep purple.
By Tiffany Yannetta, September 10th, 2010
We’ve already told you of a few of our Fashion’s Night Out destinations (here, here and here), but we couldn’t resist throwing in a few more. Cause after all, you can’t just hit up one party. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, and snag limited edition goods you can’t grab anywhere else, or just hang out at a good-old fashioned party, there’s something for everyone throughout the whole city. Check out some places we’re looking to swing by tonight.
By Eva Medoff, July 27th, 2010
Those who love Pamela Love’s edgy, eclectic jewelry will now be glad to know they’ve got a place to store it. Love has created her first ever handbag, sold exclusively on Revolveclothing’s online outlet, The List. The compact, metallic envelope-style bag is attached to a chain link shoulder strap and comes in cool silver or muted gold, just like Love’s other wares. While the metal detailing adds a touch of punk rock, the sleek coloring makes the bag ideal for the nightlife club circuit. We could think of more than one outfit that would benefit from its brassy flash.
By Eva Medoff, June 17th, 2010
Don’t be fooled by Pamela Love’s demure name. The jewelry designer creates some fierce pieces—and the prehistoric era seems to be her inspiration, or at least birds and creatures of the reptilian persuasion. Eagle claw rings, crow skull necklaces and snake earrings are set in silvers, bronzes and gunmetals for a paleolithic touch. Tired of girly accessories? Then these science nerd meets stone-age diva pieces might be just the thing.