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Of all the jewelry designers to collaborate with, Alison Lou seems like she’d be the most fun Her pieces have a sense of humor, for starters, from the enamel emoji charms to tiny spoon- and fork-shaped earrings In April, she launched her first collection of fashion jewelry, Loucite—a trio of under-$200 “jelly” Lucite hoops in watery pastels—with a little help from her friend Emily Ratajkowski, and last year she designed a pasta dish for The Sosta.
(It had flecks of real gold leaf, by the way.) The next partner to knock on Lou’s door was J.Crew, a retailer known for its bold colors and wallet-friendly statement jewelry “I’m so used to doing fine jewelry, but I was really excited to do something that would [resonate] with the J.Crew customer,” Lou told Vogue. Instead of simply recasting her signature pieces in more affordable mediums, Lou created brand-new styles with materials she’d never . Source
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