All posts by Carolyne Kauser-Abbott

Iron Art the Design Story Behind is Launched by a Metal Candleholder

In 1993, Robert Aucoin designed and twisted five feet of metal into a flowing sculpture, The Ribbon Candleholder, it was a gift for his wife Lisa and the launch of their company – Iron Art. It is the couple’s shared passion for design details and converting basic materials (metal, leather and wood) into artwork.

Iron Art Candleholder Gift for Lisa

An artist for a lifetime

I started in the arts very young with doodles and cartoons. In public school, one of my teachers asked me to draw political cartoons for the local newspaper.

Iron Art Sketch NATHAN-FISHING

Robert Aucoin took graphic design and fine art studies at Durham College in Oshawa. His artistic learning did not end in college.  He has completed an extensive list of programs and workshops ranging from etching to business communications.

Iron Art Robert's 1st Etching

Where did your work start?

After studying graphic design, I worked freelancing as a portrait artist. Then I secured a role in a company that collaborated with Queen’s University to design, fabricate and weld all-terrain wheelchairs.

With this newly discovered passion for metal creations, I started Iron Art (in 1993) designing and hand forging functional furniture, tables, chandeliers and creating one-of-a-kind pieces.  Next year will be 25 years that Iron Art is in business.

Iron Art Designing legs for Chair

Most of what I do is custom. Therefore, almost everything I design requires a sketch or a working drawing before any welding. I can never say I’m a welder, or designer, or portrait artist. I get to do everything I love all the time, then move on to the next exciting project.

Can you share some of your commissions for clients and corporations?

When Roots opened their Home Stores in Toronto & SoHo, New York, I was asked to create their prototype lamps for the openings.

Iron Art Metal WOVEN BOWL and CHAIR

Iron Art Chandelier

The Woven Deck Chair (below) sits on the end of our dock.

Iron Art Hand Woven Metal Dock Chair

Is there one project that stands out for you?

The spiral staircase was one project that was particularly challenging, only because I’d never done one before.  I’m always looking forward to the next new challenge!

Iron Art Spiral Staircase Rail

How did you get into producing smaller items for fashion and home decor?

When my teenage kids were finding it hard to find unique belt buckles, I went into the studio to design and hand forged stainless steel belt buckles for them. Some belt buckles bronze or stainless steel accents, some are etched with custom designs, others are personalised with monograms. Smaller items such as belt buckles, pendants and cuffs are much easier to take to show and ship worldwide.

Gold-Heart-Stainless-Steel-Buckle-

At the time, I thought it was a unique idea to use an item that others may have discarded.  Lisa and I try to use reuse as much of our dropped metal as well as our leather scraps to create new and up-cycled items such as napkin rings, pendants and more.

Gold-Pendant-Neclace-red-Leather-Strap-Artist-Signed White-coloured-leather-napkin-rings

What other projects have you done with smaller fashion items?

Commissions have included, the Canadian and American 29ers Sailing Championship and the North American 29ers Sailing Championship belt buckles. The winners were thrilled that they could wear their medals (belt buckles) instead of a trophy on a shelf.

Recently, I was given a small piece of copper off the roof of the Canadian Parliament Building. I was commissioned to make leaves (from the copper) for Canada East Short Track Speed Skating Championships (photo below).

Iron Art Copper Leaves

Do you have a preferred metal?

I like working with stainless steel because it’s a clean metal. However, as an artist, every medium I work with is my favourite at the time that I am working with it.

What tools do you use for your work?

Typically, the anvil, hammer and welder are my go-to tools. I make lots of jigs and fixtures for one-of-a-kind pieces and will often have to make a tool for a particular job.

Iron Art Robert Aucoin's Selfie

Tell us about the local arts community?

We are members of the Kingston Arts Council collaborating with many artisans and designers in the Kingston area for years. Lisa works in close collaboration with the Kingston Public Market Board (Photography). We love being participating artisans at the Kingston Public Market, in the summer. It is a chance to meet tourists from all over the world as well as Kingstonians.

Explore the full Iron Art collection here.

 

5 Rules for Calgary Stampede Rodeo Fashion Style and Accessories

Rodeo fashion style did not exist in 1886, for Calgary’s first organised agricultural event – the Calgary and District Agricultural Society. It was 1912 when American Guy Weadick organised a livestock performance, a Wild West rodeo that morphed into today’s Calgary Stampede. This annual 10-day rodeo and festival is a magnet for international cowboys and cowgirls. For many, the Calgary Stampede embodies its tagline the “Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.”

Calgary Stampede Style Cowboy Denim

Outside of the rodeo arena, there are few rules during the Calgary Stampede (July 7-16, 2017). Work takes a backseat to pancake breakfasts, boozy lunches and line dancing. If you want to look the part, western attire is de rigour.

What are the rules for Calgary Stampede rodeo fashion style?

If you want to mimic authentic cowboy and cowgirl’s effortless fashion style, here are the five (5) wardrobe musts.

  1. Denim – Anyone who is riding a horse, bull or participating in a Stampede event will be in jeans. Clearly, this clothing selection is a practical choice when attempting to stay atop high-spirited livestock. However, these men and women typically establish their style with form fitting dark denim blues and blacks. For the spectators’ denim choices are not as prescribed. You can expect jeans of every colour, denim shorts, sundresses dresses of every length and a more than a few miniskirts. Fashion tip: white jeans are acceptable, but watch where you sit…just saying.

Calgary Stampede Style Cowboy Denim2. Boots – In the same vein as denim footwear choices around big animals and dusty arenas should never include open toed shoes or high-heals. Leather cowboy boots and lace-up ropers are the standard footwear options. Often these boots have been custom built for the owner and worn so many times that they fit better than slippers. Not planning to ride any livestock? Cowboy boots are still a practical footwear option in the event of rain (sadly that does happen), and in the beer tents where the dance floor can turn into a sticky mess. Read about Alberta Boot Company here and how you can order your pair of boots.

3. Cowboy Hat – The brimmed western hat serves a clear purpose for keeping the sun off the face and rain out of the wearer’s eyes. The bonus is almost everyone looks better in a cowboy hat. Your hat choices range from breathable straw to warm felt material. Read about the Smithbilt hat makers here.

Calgary Stampede Style Cowboy Hats4. Shirts and Tops – Western shirts are far from prescribed. Theses tops cover a broad gulf of styles including fringes, leather touches, beaded designs and much more.

Calgary Stampede Style Cowboy Shirts5. Belt Buckles – These are a status symbol of sorts. Any cowboy or cowgirl who has won a notable rodeo event proudly sports a large metal belt buckle commemorating the occasion. Bigger is considered better in the buckle department.

Western accessories for this year’s Calgary Stampede.

Designer Nancy Newman works with vintage fabrics, handwoven pieces of cotton and soft leathers to create gorgeous one-of-a-kind bucket bags. It is her finishing touches, the accents of nickel conchos and rivets that give these handbags an authentic western flavour. Giddy up cowgirl!

Black Leather Bucket Bag Nancy Newman

Step into your favourite jeans and finish the look with a hand cut leather belt (available in a range of colours) and a shiny belt buckle of your own. Designer Robert Aucoin at Iron Art makes these belts and buckles in Ontario.

Gold Heart Metal Belt Buckle Iron Art Pink Heart Metal Belt Buckle Iron Art

French Fashion Style How to Wear a Scarf like a Parisian

French women have a reputation for their understated fashion flair. Runway models and Paris Fashion Week aside, the image of a well-dressed Parisian woman is a combination of effortless make-up and that striking accessory.

French scarf fashion know how

 

Buying a new suit or coat is an investment in your wardrobe. Cost and practicality should determine that you want these pieces to last more than a single season. Sure, you expect styles to change after a few years, but given the expense of these items, you certainly hope to stretch their use longer than a few short months. A scarf is a wardrobe lifesaver that does not break the bank.

Silk Chiffon Scarf Accessories

According to silk fashion designer Léa Petitjean of Petitjean Paris

“Around your neck, your head, or even your bag handle, there are plenty of ways to wear it: there can be no limit to your creativity.”

A bright silk scarf adds softness and a flash of colour to any outfit. Versatile and easy to carry the lightweight scarf packs a fashion punch.

How do you tie those knots?

 

Check out the Petitjean Paris website to view images of the more common ways of tying a carré (square) scarf.

Fashion powerhouse Hermes developed a smartphone App to help guide you through options for tying silk knots. All you need is your phone and a scarf.

Designer scarves and shawls

 

Canadian artist Cindy Goble’s rectangular (20″ X 70″) silk scarf is available in six (6) colour options. Lightweight and elegant the chiffon fabric does not wrinkle or fade. The multi-hued tones in these Goble scarves allow you to mix and match with several outfits. Shop this easy to pack must-have accessory.

Silk Chiffon Scarf Cindy Goble Design

Also from the Goble collection is a large square scarf in 100% wool. These bright scarves will dress up a neutral outfit with a strong punch of colour. The oversized square scarf (53″ X 53″) is meant to be worn as a top layer – the statement piece. Choose  a selection of beautiful colours: serenity rose, blue lagoon, caramel blush, red hot and tempting crème caramel.

Oversized Wool Scarf in Red Hot Colour

Handwoven Freedom Fringe Shawl is the knock-out wardrobe accessory that you can throw on as the sun sets. Cindy Goble designed these shawls with a rich combination of merino, alpaca, silk and mohair wools. Go ahead make some heads turn!

 

Freedom Fringe Hand Woven Shawl Wine Stain Colour

 

Weaver Morija Reeb loves working with silk. She tells us that there are always a few pieces on her loom at various stages of progression. Methodically woven by hand, her silk scarf is a timeless piece that is sure to be your favourite for years to come. Silk is like wool, warm in the winter and cool in the summer yet always soft against your skin. Explore Morija’s natural wild silk scarves here.

Morija Reeb wild silk scarf

Cashmere is luxurious. The ARTIGIANI MILANESI Maxi scarf is 220cm long 60cm wide. This wrap is a beautiful and luxurious scarf and shawl all-in-one. Weaved by hand on Bowen Island this Italian designed scarf will become a wardrobe essential. Although, the scarf is quite a good size the lightweight cashmere ensures it is not bulky. Order yours today.

Cashmere Maxi Shawl Artigani Milanesi

 

Visiting Canmore Project A Pop-Up is a Gallery of Canadian Designers this Summer

Bordered by the serrated granite spires of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canmore, Alberta is a beacon for artistic souls. It is also a town where it can be hard to find parking on a summer weekend. And, the number of mountain bikes might just outnumber the rabbits (ok maybe not).

Project A Pop-up Canmore

Jade Ansley is a metalsmith and one of those artistic souls, with a big idea for Canmore’s Main Street this summer.

“Project A is a curated pop-up gallery dedicated to promoting the work of emerging artists and makers. The gallery aims to create relationships between the public, other galleries, and artists, to build their careers.”

Ansley’s is naturally artistic, her mother is an interior designer, and her father is in construction. She says, “I have been an artist since I was a small child and started my first ‘business’ at age seven.”

This Canmore native studied jewellery design at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (NBCCD). In 2012, Ansley began the 3-year NBCCD program and achieved a diploma in Jewellery and Metal Arts. A graduate studies program followed, dedicated to business within the arts.

“The graduate program was the course that got me into curating and business – I ran my first Project A pop-up in Fredericton (photo below)  as my thesis. It was funded by the government of New Brunswick (Heritage and Culture office), and featured 19 graduates and current students at NBCCD.”

Project A Pop-up Fredericton

Project A – Canmore is a larger undertaking. Ansley is assuming the rental risk of a vacant retail space on Canmore’s main drag. Her vision is to entice locals and summer tourists into the pop-up store to view (and buy) the work of 40+ emerging Canadian designers. These artistic productions include jewellery, clothing, leather goods, textiles, furniture, pottery, sculptures and paintings.

Project A Pop-up Canmore Construction

Project A Pop-up Canmore Construction

The bright and lofty space is perfect for the gallery concept that Ansley hopes to create for her impressive list of artists and anyone who ventures inside.

Coast-to-coast collection of emerging designers

Nu Ceramics – Fredericton, NB (pottery for your daily rituals)
The Spinner Weaver – Saint Johns, NB ( fashion and home decor)
Cassandra Elizabeth – Toronto, ON (women’s clothing)
Christina Pupo – Toronto, ON (furniture design)
Uppdoo – Toronto, ON (leather handbags)
Co Create Co. – Edmonton, AB (home décor you can’t live without)
AdrianMartinus – Calgary, AB (woodwork)
Kerry Langlois – Canmore, AB (painter)
Jennifer Wharton – Fort Simpson, NWT (ceramics)
And many more…

Project A Pop-up Artists

Project A Pop-up Canmore Artists

The Project A Pop-up opens its doors at 709 Main Street (Canmore) on June 1st and will run until approximately September 30th. Watch for special events and promotions all summer.

Barbecue Season Entertaining Designs that Make Gearing-up Easy

It’s officially barbecue season!

In the Northern Hemisphere, the darker months of the year are finally behind us, and we can look forward to enjoying warm, bright evenings spent outside. Spring and summer months are the time to take advantage of relaxed entertaining and outdoor grilling. With school holidays around the corner, the annual rituals of opening cabins and cottages for the summer involves heavy lifting. Before the relaxation can begin, there are chores to be done that include docks, deck chairs, gardens and boat trailers.

Make entertaining easy this season

 

Consider easy food preparation and presentation with a new wooden serving board. Hand carved from Canadian hardwood and finished with food-safe beeswax & mineral oil paste these boards are versatile serving platters. These Schooner Lane Designs boards transition effortlessly from a chopping surface to an elegant serving tray.

Arrange a tempting pre-dinner snack for your guests on a wooden backdrop. All you need is a selection of cheese, cold cuts and some mixed antipasto to get the evening started.

Choose from one of several board sizes, shapes and wood types. Kathy at Schooner Lane Designs works with maple, black walnut and cherry.

Choose the long, narrow baguette style board for bread and cheese.

Schooner Lane wooden serving boards

For a contemporary variation select this angular version.

walnut and maple serving boards

Show your guests you love them with the heart handle board.

Bonus: These serving and chopping boards are available in a variety of sizes, and can be engraved to personalise your selection.

Heart Handle Hardwood Boards

What about the table?

Chartreuse coloured leather napkin rings

Add a touch of colour with leather napkin rings. Summer entertaining may mean there is no need for a formal table and often “come and get it” is how it rolls. Dress-up the evening with a set bright leather napkin rings. Each piece of leather is cut by hand and cross-stitched with a strong, waxed cord. These napkin rings by Iron Art are available in several leather colour options: chartreuse, blue, red, white, purple, orange, grey and pink. Sold in sets of four (4) choose your preferred colour here.

White coloured leather napkin rings

Are you looking for natural leather? The napkin rings are also available in five leather hues – explore the options here.

Long warm evenings call for a bit of romance once the sun finally sets. Chandler Jill Smith has created a group of beautiful 100% beeswax candles. Beeswax provides a long-lasting, bright light. Read about the benefits of beeswax over paraffin here.

The Simple Fern will burn for over 50 hours.

Simple Fern Beeswax Candle

Expect the Vintage Bee to last up to 30 hours.

Vintage Bee Beeswax Candle

The smaller Key to My Heart should burn brightly for over 15 hours.

Key to my Heart Beeswax Candle

Make a house a home – the cosy touches

Alpine-themed fabric tea towels and aprons are whimsical touches for your kitchen and make for excellent hostess gifts. Anouk works with fine European linen as the base for their naturally inspired designs. Find out why they use this durable linen here.

Enjoy your BBQ season!

Barbecue Season Entertaining

Fashion Know-How: Key Tips to Picking the Perfect Accessories

Early into my high school days, I discovered that there is a real talent in picking the perfect accessories.

In my view, I was unceremoniously moved from the local co-ed public school (read: where there were boys) and sent to an all-girls high school. Few people are truly confident entering Grade 9, and even fewer can pull-off a self-assured look wearing a blue tunic, grey knee socks and navy loafers

Certainly, not me!

Picking Perfect Accessories Cindy Goble Scarves

The theory behind a standard school uniform is that it takes the “what am I going to wear” decision making out of early mornings. The standard puts everyone on a level fashion playing field. However, even in those days, the trendy girls could assert their fashion style with accessories (as long they did not push the boundaries too far).

Picking Perfect Accessories Cindy Goble Scarves

Do you have a foundation wardrobe?

Fast forward to the working world realities of the morning rush, business travel and a limited shopping budget. This often translates into a wardrobe that gravitates towards the fundamentals. Weekday essentials might include a white blouse, a stylish black suit (or pants and a blazer) and a sensible pair of black heals. Evenings and weekends might mean dressing-up in that perfect little black dress or chilling out over a latte wearing your favourite pair of jeans.

Picking Perfect Accessories Morija Reeb earrings frost leaves

Fashion tips for picking perfect accessories:

Once you have built the foundation of your wardrobe, it’s time to project your style with the right accessories. Add a flash of colour over a neutral top with a scarf. Catch someone’s eye with the bling of a contemporary designer jewellery piece. Choose a bright handbag to carry the essentials or as a statement piece.

Picking Perfect Accessories Leather handbags Sophie Christine Vonbun

We have created a downloadable e-guide to help you pick the perfect accessories. This booklet will dispel some of the challenges behind selecting the perfect handbag and the “must have” jewellery.

Picking perfect accessories Black-Gold Memory Necklace Anastassia Sel

Is it time for a closet make-over?

Are you starting a new job?

Are you trying to cull an unwieldy wardrobe?

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Sterling Silver Designer Necklace Giveaway for Mother’s Day

Can’t afford to take your mother on a trip to Bali this year?

Neither can we, but there is a solution!

Show her how she is special this Mother’s Day with a new sterling silver diffuser necklace. The design inspiration for this understated 18″ chain comes from the sandy shores and turquoise waters of Bali.

Mother's Day Sterling Silver Necklace Giveaway

Katja Presnal the founder and visionary behind the lifestyle brand Skimbaco is offering the necklace (photo above) to one lucky winner. The beautiful ONE DROP teardrop silver necklace with a turquoise lava bead on a cable chain.

Skimbaco is not something you will find in a dictionary, but rather a combination of a Finnish slang word “skimba” for skis and “co” for Colorado (the place she and her young family were living at that time). Read more about the brand here.

A long time believer in natural healing, Presnal discovered the personal benefits of essential oils during labour with her second child. As a sought-after writer and motivational speaker, she has had the opportunity to visit many countries around the globe and had the pleasure of visiting local farms for a better understanding of edibles (herbs and produce) cultivation. During her extensive travels, Presnal discovered that daily use of essential oils contributed to her physical and mental well-being.

Her personal essential oil usage led to the inspiration for a classy jewellery line. Designed with materials that work well to diffuse essential oils, each piece is stunning. Explore the Skimbaco collection.

Suspended on a teardrop of sterling silver the turquoise lava bead, on this exquisite ONE DROP necklace, is intended for your favourite essential oil. Read more about the importance of scents and emotions here.

How do you enter this giveaway?

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The lucky winner will be selected via random draw on Mother’s Day (May 14th).

Good luck!

Win a Pair of Designer Silk Earrings in our Mother’s Day Giveaway

To celebrate our mothers with a gift that reflects their beauty, designer Morija Reeb has kindly offered a set of her silk earrings for our Mother’s Day giveaway contest.

Morija Reeb is an Ontario-based weaver with a textile preference for silk. It is a fabric that she describes as versatile and at times surprising in the results that occur on her loom. You can read more about this accomplished designer here and here.

The design inspiration for these lightweight earrings is the natural splendour of butterfly wings. Reeb uses a heat etching process to produce the remarkable depth of blue hues on the “wings” of these earrings. Gold foil accents create sparkle along the edges of these dangling earrings, which hang on brass-coated ear wires. Each pair of these teal and blue silk earrings is one-of-a-kind.

Designer Silk Earrings Mother's Day Giveaway

To enter for your chance to win this giveaway.

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Looking for Mother’s Day Gifts Designer Shopping Ideas

You are right! There is no reason to wait for a single Sunday, in May, to tell your mother that you love her. However, you must admit that if you do not send a card, take her for lunch or give her a small gift to acknowledge the day, it looks bad. We thought we would help with a few Mother’s Day gift ideas.

Mother's day Designer Gift Ideas

Zen Mama (or one needs a bit of calm in her life)

Give her a natural beeswax candle handcrafted by Chandler Jill Smith. These custom edition candles are available in three beautiful designs. Made with 100% pure beeswax sourced in Alberta, Smith creates these candles in her sweet-smelling garage on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia.

Why buy candles made with beeswax? They are a healthier choice. Slow burning beeswax candles produce a bright light and a non-toxic smoke. Read five (5) reasons to choose beeswax candles over paraffin here.

There are three Bees Wax Works candle designs to choose from (click here), but is “Key to My Heart” might be a good choice for your mother.

Just saying…

Key to my Heart Beeswax Candle

Pro Hostess and Entertainer Mom

Is she a passionate foodie and loves cooking? Get your mother something to brighten up her kitchen. Anouk has a series of alpine inspired European linen aprons and tea towels in five (5) different designs.

Anouk European Linen Aprons

Does your mother feed off the energy of social gatherings surrounded by friends and family?

These hand carved serving boards are long lasting gifts that are perfect for entertaining. West Coast weather permitting, Kathy Clark of Schooner Lane Designs cuts these hardwood boards on her Bowen Island deck. Using her trusty electric saw Clark hand cuts walnut, maple and cherry hardwood into a shape that will eventually become a cheese or charcuterie board. These serving boards are finished with food-safe beeswax and mineral oil paste. Schooner Lane Designs serving and chopping boards are created from rough off-cuts, giving this wood a renewed purpose.

Choose any one of these boards for your mother. Our personal favourite is the heart handle version. Add a special touch by requesting to have the board engraved with your mum’s initials.

Heart Handle Hardwood Boards

Fashionista Mother

Give her a scarf or shawl to add a pop of colour to her spring outfits without any additional bulk. Check out at the designer options here.

How about a little bling to make her eyes sparkle? We have a selection of unique, designer jewellery from earrings to rings, from bracelets to necklaces. Consider buying mum a semi-precious gemstone piece for added strength, clarity or confidence. Shop the jewellery options here.

What lady doesn’t want a new handbag? Our designers use high-quality leather, vintage fabrics, and beautiful silks. Browse the handbag selection here.

Mother's Day Fashion Gift Ideas

What are the Pantone Colours for Spring Fashion in 2017

The Pantone website describes the colours for Spring fashion this year as follows:

“A Mixture of Vitality, Relaxation and the Great Outdoors. From colors that are bright and vivid to those that convey a sense of earthiness, our top 10 colors for spring 2017 are reminiscent of the hues that surround us in nature.” Read the full article and descriptions of these selections here.

What are the Colours for Spring Fashion in 2017 Pantone

These top-10 colours were selected in September 2016, at the same time as global supermodels strutted the fashion runways in during New York Fashion Week. In time for May flowers, we thought we would dig through our designers’ collections and see how they aligned with the Pantone hues for this Spring.

Designer Fashion For Spring:

Silk Chiffon Scarf Cindy Goble Pink

Ontario artist Cindy Goble covers the pale pinks, dark blues, hot reds and pumpkin oranges in her line of silk chiffon and square wool scarves.

Oversized 100% wool scarf this wrap is Red Hot

Nancy Newman has the blue tones covered in her “Doris, the day bag” which is available in four different vintage cotton fabrics – bold teal to subdued cream. These purses are just the right size to hold the essentials (keys, lipstick, credit cards, cellphone) while you run your errands.

Doris-fabric-daytime-handbag-in-Green-Kantha

Weaver Morija Reeb created a series of gorgeous dangling earrings. Made with lightweight silk fabric the earrings were heat etched to produce dazzling hues. Available in pale peach, grey, teal and frosty indigo these earrings are certainly evocative of the great outdoors.

Peach-Coloured-Silk-Petal-Earrings

Christine Vonbun’s Mimi cross-body handbag comes in a crystal blue that is almost a perfect match to Pantone’s refreshing “Island Paradise.”

Mimi-ostrich-leather-designer-handbag-in-crystral-blue

From her Morris B Collection, the Adie shoulder bag made with soft Italian leather. It is available in four colours, including a versatile denim blue.

Adie-Italian-Leather-handbag-in-beige-and-denim-blue

Melanie Neves’ Kĕme Jewellery gets its name from a twist on the ancient Egyptian word “khēmia”, meaning transmutation of earth. Handcrafted with metal clay, her creations are inspired by nature, and so are the colours she uses in her wave stud earrings and leaf wrap rings.

Wave Textured Stud Earrings 2 Two Leaf Wrap Around Ring 1

Explore the rest of our designers’ collections here.