In addition to launching a Hand Care Collection that includes a soothing and replenishing trio of Hand Wash, Hand Lotion and Hand Crème, we asked Oakland-based artisan @madebyrheal to work his magic and create two everyday essentials to store your precious jewels. The result: a Concrete Ring Holder and Two Piece Concrete Jewelry Dish. Because nothing complements soft hands better than ear, wrist, and neck candy, we're rounding up some of our favorite fine jewelry brands you can buy online.
The brand gracing all your favorite influencers’ profiles, Canada-based Mejuri carries minimal everyday jewelry for women and men. Think gold hoops with or without diamonds, sleek necklaces, chain bracelets, and beyond. Check out @mejuri.
From customizable signet rings to heart necklaces and fun pendants featuring flowers and curves, GLDN creates quality pieces in-house that pair well with any outfit. If simple, dainty jewelry is your thing, GLDN should be your go-to. Check out @itsgldn.
Los Angeles-based jewelry designer Anita Ko knows diamonds are a girl’s best friend, so she makes pieces that make every part of you sparkle. Some of our favorites include showstopping emerald studs, glitzy safety pin earrings, and diamond cigar bands. Check out @anitakojewelry.
Stone and Strand
Stone and Strand’s delicate jewelry is simple but never boring. The New York-based brand has something for those who think less is more and others who like pops of color, like an evil eye bracelet, diamond butterfly necklace pendant, and elegant pearl earrings. Check out @stoneandstrand.
Jennifer Fisher Jewelry
Worn by the likes of Gigi Hadid and Hailey Bieber, Jennifer Fisher Jewelry is the eponymous line by entrepreneur Jennifer Fisher, who launched her own earring brand called JJ Button Ears when she was just five years old(!) From 18 carat solid gold raindrop hoops to personalized chain anklets, her pieces can go with a little black dress or a white tee and jeans. Check out @jenniferfisherjewelry.
The Last Line
For fine jewelry that’s made to last, you can count on The Last Line. Founded by jewelry maven and creative director Shelley Sanders, their pieces range from $250-$2,500 and feature birthstones, diamonds, and custom letters that elevate your ear, hand, and neck game. Fun fact: Their earrings are sold as singles so you can create the perfect pair. Check out @thelastlinela.
Infinity baguette hoop earrings, a pearl choker necklace, and tennis bracelets are among some of the dazzling staples by Fallon Jewelry. With gold, rose gold, rhodium, and pavé pieces ranging from under $100 to $500, they design fine jewelry for every palate. Check out @fallonjewelry.