Designers

Sorellina Fine Jewelry

Sorellina Fine Jewelry

Sorellina is a jewelry design house founded by sisters Nicole & Kim Carosella. Neither subtle nor discreet, Sorellina pieces are bold, statement pieces made for the urban, modern day woman. Sorellina creates a harmonious dichotomy by seamlessly blending opposing ideas of feminine with masculine and vintage with modern. A distinct style emerges from this balance that is quintessential Sorellina. Sorellina’s collection is vintage inspired, unexpectedly modern with roots in the golden age of New York style.

 

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Retrouvai

Retrouvai

“The Retrouvaí woman has a collector’s mentality and believes that ‘everyday’ jewelry doesn’t need to be basic. She mixes the old with the new and takes chances in fashion, without ever taking it too seriously. I like to say that my line embodies a ‘whimsical eccentricity’ — a dose of fun that still maintains an heirloom-quality — that helps a woman tell her unique story.”

Retrouvaí (Reh-tro-v-eye) is derived from the French proverb ‘Retrovailles,’ defined as the joy of reconnecting with something from one’s past. This notion of wistful affection for time gone by speaks to Kirsty’s love of vintage treasures, but also to the idea that jewelry is passed down through the generations, picking up lifetimes of stories along the way.

 

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Leret Leret

Leret Leret

Leret Leret is a luxury label specialized in a single garment, the perfectly universal cashmere sweater. Thoughtfully designed in New York and meticulously crafted in Mongolia, each piece comes to life as a fine cashmere treasure and a timeless wardrobe staple. A select number of garments are made of each style. Once they sell out they are never restocked adding to the specialty of the piece.

Leret Leret sweaters are a gentle embrace: made to be worn, treasured and passed down through generations. Fine Cashmere to Treasure.

 

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Agent Nateur

Agent Nateur

When Jena Covello was diagnosed with endometriosis and adenomyosis at age 23, she set out on a path that would dramatically change the course of her life. After years of pain, five surgeries, and countless differing opinions from Western doctors, Jena put her trust in a holistic practitioner and began educating herself on natural medicine and healing remedies.

Now offering a line of luxury, all-natural skincare, Agent Nateur is a product of Jena’s mission to understand the root of her health issues, find healing, and share her learnings with others. She is dedicated to creating natural products that are effective and safe, while educating on the importance of independent thinking and research. Jena is also the host of NATEURious, a weekly podcast featuring industry thought-leaders in the beauty and health sphere.

  

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Brent Neale

Brent Neale

Brent Neale Winston is a New York City-based designer whose love of jewelry started when her mother would bring her to gem shows near her native Baltimore. After graduating from Johns Hopkins University (where she made jewelry by hand as a hobby), and with the encouragement of the late jewelry historian and InStyle editor Penny Proddow, Winston was accepted to the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she received an associates’ degree in jewelry design.

There she honed her design and rendering skills studying under esteemed professors such as the late Maurice Galli of Harry Winston. Winston then formally started her jewelry career at Kara Ross New York, working directly under the eponymous designer, eventually becoming the jewelry director. Here, she oversaw the design and product development of over 25 collections, including fine jewelry, costume jewelry and runway collaborations with Tory Burch, J. Mendel and Naeem Khan, among others. After eight years, Winston left to concentrate on her growing family and make her own mark in the jewelry industry with her namesake line.

Today, Winston spends her days on 47th Street, intimately working with a small group of gem dealers, cutters and bench jewelers to create and build every piece in her collection. Her choice to keep production in New York City is an homage to the craftsmen she was taught by. Brent lives with her husband and three children in New York City.

 

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