Local jewelry designers Shauna Slavin and Nicki Galper, who are the creators of masonharlie, are known for their signature elongated personal jewelry. The two women will be on hand for a sneak peek of their latest designs at a trunk show at Intermix in Boca. Shop the collection of summer jewelry must-have designs and meet the two designers at this chic May 21 event.
Launched in 2012, masonharlie was created to answer the needs of the style-conscious seeking classic, yet fashion-forward jewelry and layering pieces that complement the most sought-after seasonal looks. Combining over 20 years of fashion industry experience, the trendsetting duo took masonharlie from concept to full collection in just one year. Combining their knowledge of personal shopping, styling, sales and management, the ladies knew that with their creative talent and fashion know-how, they could create a jewelry line that savvy shoppers would gravitate towards season after season.
masonharlie, named after the designers’ children, offers the perfect accessories that make a statement, but don’t overpower an outfit. Updating classic personal jewelry at an affordable price point, the brand’s signature aesthetic of elongated charms bring a personal meaning to the wearer—from spiritual symbols to geometric shapes, animals, initials and monograms. masonharlie has also established a modern appeal that is edgy, yet elegant and easy to wear.
Necklaces, bracelets, bangles, cuffs and rings are trend-driven, yet timeless in 18k rose and yellow gold vermeil or sterling silver, accented with a diamond. Adding a pop of color to any style, the masonharlie reserve and charmed collections consist of gold charms on wrapable silk chords in bright hues that can be delicately flaunted alone or layered together; creating an individual style to mirror the wearer’s personality.
The masonharlie collection retails for $130 – $400 at Intermix, Singer22 and online here.
TO GO: Tuesday, May 21 from 10am – 3pm. Intermix – Town Center at Boca Raton, 6000 Glades Rd; Boca Raton. For info: 561-393-6942.