Loeffler Randall: Kindah Khalidy

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 1:56 PM

Loeffler Randall: Kindah Khalidy

get to know the artist behind Loeffler Randall's paint splatter collection!

How did you know you wanted to be an artist?

I originally was on track to do fashion design, but was unable to find the fabrics that I wanted. I then studied textile design and painting, and now these two fields are my main focus. I love making tactile things for people, and painting is more expressive in that you don’t worry too much about creating a product.

Tell us about your use (and love) of color.

Color drives my process – I’m constantly scanning throughout the day for striking or odd color combos. It could be someone’s outfit or scattered recyclables on the ground; inspiration could be anywhere.

Is your personal style as bright and colorful as your paintings? 

I love to pile on prints but there are some subdued moments in there too. LR shoes have such a clean physique and can balance out a crazy print or fancy up something super casual such as a mumu. I like to pair casual clothing with a sophisticated shoe.


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Learn About Loeffler

Sunday, February 28, 2016 12:00 AM

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Make Your Marc

Monday, December 14, 2015 12:00 AM

"Real life has real needs and we address those needs 


in more ways than just creating shoes"

 Marc Fisher is passionate about participating in social good, 

and supporting those who plant seeds of change. naturally,

 he teamed up with powerhouse Kloss to leave a legacy of good.

funds donated are directly based on the #makeyourmarc social media results

$1 will go towards scholarships and education of young

 people in coding and computer sciences for every post with the hashtag




learn more about/join the movement


 making a 'marc' on the world one pair of shoes at a time

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Meet & Greet: Loren Hope

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 12:00 AM

we've gushed over the Loren Hope collections

more times than we can count, but today we

spotlight the designer and the inspiration behind the

colorful baubles and classic crystals!

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each piece is individually hand-crafted using traditional 

jewelry making techniques. the attention to detail and

 quality assurance is always on point. 

even more impressive,

 the entire collection is made in the USA

domestic production seems to be an idealistic dream for so many brands,

but somehow unachievable {or unattractive} in a market

where exporting labor is inexpensive and easy.

  Loren Hope breaks the mold, and has made this process a reality, 

while keeping retail costs low to moderate and quality high.



"Our work celebrates the rich history of 

Rhode Island’s jewelry-making industry  

we are proud to be even a small a part of its resurgence."


led by designer Loren Barham, the team at Loren Hope

 sources the best materials and 

take pride in delivering superior craftsmanship.

the pieces often feature Austrian rhinestones, 

Czech glass beads and cabochons, as well as semi-precious stones.

many of the gorgeous accents used

 are repurposed vintage stones.

a majority of the pieces are made with brass,

high quality gold plate, and surgical steel posts.

this is one of our favorite features of the line for a two reasons.

firstly, antiqued brass is a very nicely brushed metallic and easy to

 pair with both gold and silver tones.

bring on the mixed metals! 

secondly, the earrings have proven to

be safe and comfortable for sensitive ears.



notice the little bullet on the end of the chain? 

Hope gains style points while paying homage to her military husband!



• Loren Barham •


"Jewelry design has always found a way into my life. 

One of my fondest memories as a little girl is playing in my

 Grandmother's thrift shop. She would let me plunder around for

 hours and I would take apart all sorts of old jewelry and re-assemble 

the baubles into new combinations."


the line creates signature a color palette for each season.

always on trend, while staying true to their

vintage inspired silhouettes.

Alex Studs for Fall 2015


"I am also a huge fan of vintage jewelry.

 I have always been intrigued with antiques and relics from our past – the colors, 

craftsmanship, quality and attention to detail 

in vintage jewelry are constant inspirations for me."


Silvia necklaces for Fall 2015


what makes Loren Barham tick?

read our interview with Loren Hope from June 2014

or one of her many news mentions

images and quotes found at

@lorenhope designs on Instagram


shop the Loren Hope collections



bracelets and cuffs


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Meet & Greet: Margaret Elizabeth

Sunday, September 20, 2015 12:00 AM

Meg Shackleton, the designer behind the 

gorgeous Margaret Elizabeth jewelry line, founded her company

 while studying at Boston College. the ultimate self-starter girl boss, 

Shackleton hosted her first jewelry trunk show in her dorm room!

 She went on to a four year stint at Google, working in online advertising.

In 2011, she left the corporate grind to pursue her true passion 

full time, believing that life is too short not

 to be doing what you love.

• we're so glad she did! •

the designer currently resides in  San Francisco 

with her husband and son, and recently 

opened a brick & mortar shop in 

addition to her online and boutique sales business.



we carry the beautiful bobbles year round, 

and love how transitional the color schemes are.

the classic collection of semi precious stones

 include moonstone, black onyx, and labradorite.

other customer favorites include

 chrysoprase and aqua chalcedony!


shop the Corsica Cuff


shop bangles & cuffs



statement rings are 'statement-making' enough to stand alone,

 but seamless enough to add to your everyday stack!




new designs debut every season, and we are so

 excited to introduce y'all to your new fall favorites!





{photo credit @margelizjewelry Instragram}




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