Although we are in the beginning of fall, some designers already present their creations for the coming warm months. Jennifer Fisher is one of them, as she has unveiled her spring 2013 jewelry collection, filled with jaw-dropping stunners. Whether you are getting ready for a night out or just want to add some charm to your casual looks, the Jennifer Fisher spring 2013 jewelry collection has you covered in the upcoming season.
Seems like every single item found in this gorgeous collection has its own story. “I wanted to create jewelry that signified my own personal style, incorporated all things I loved, and could be worn all the time,” the designer confesses.
The designer started her jewelry “career” with a simple dog tag charm hand featuring her son’s name on it. From there on, her brand has flourished and her jewelry designs could have been spotted in many famous movies and television shows, such as Sex and the City the Movie, Entourage, The Hills, The L Word, Weeds, Ugly Betty, and Gossip Girl. “The feeling I strive to create for my customers is a casual edge, one that will make them feel dressed and finished the moment they put on my jewelry no matter what they are wearing,” Fisher admits.
The new Jennifer Fisher spring 2013 jewelry collection is full of show-stopping necklaces and bracelets, rings, earrings, anklets, charms and pendants. The designs feature skulls, studs, insect figures, gothic letters and more, this way proving to be bold and iconic. “My jewelry is for anything you go through in life,” she told foxbusiness.com. “For momentous occasions, to represent things important in your life.”
But what type of woman does she have in mind while designing such amazing creations? Fisher explained it the following way in an interview with Fabsugar.com: “No, it’s funny — I don’t design seasonally, although I’m starting to sort of have to, now that I’m in stores. I started designing wanting something sort of different, so in designing pieces, I sort of go for what I feel like wearing. I think trying to worry about what everyone else is doing sets you up for failure. It’s not really designing for someone in mind so much, but more what I want to wear that week or that day.”
Photos courtesy of Jennifer Fisher