Few items in the store are closer to my heart than John Kirlis’ “Fantasy Insect” pins. After graduating from college majoring in jewelry making and several decades working in several high-end costume jewelry houses, John designed his own collection of fantasy bug pins. They are magical! The most basic outfit will be transformed with one of these tender creatures nested on a shoulder and nothing I wear brings more compliments. Limited addition pins available.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Wendy Stevens’ early inspiration for her fabulous handbags came from her fascination with the sheet metal in telephone booths, elevators and constructions sites in NYC where she started her business on the lower east side in the early 1980s. She hand produces each jewel-like piece herself. These handbags are tough and easy to care for and look exceptionally smart with any outfit. They are designed to hold just the essentials but do we really need more? For collectible accessories, as evidenced by the Tassenmuseum in the Netherlands which owns four of her handbags for their permanent collection, they are well worth the investment.
Friday, December 6, 2013
An Ren is a really interesting designer. Her jackets, coats and dresses offer our customers an alternative to the boredom of a wardrobe filled with classic, safe, forgettable garments. Her craftsmanship is a cut above with every interior seam bound in a contrasting fabric, bound button holes....always and creative details that aren’t silly. Paired with classic pants, tops and shirts her garments create a smart, chic look.
Stop by Joovay today to see our vast selection of An Ren coats today! They're perfect for the upcoming cold front.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Coorymoor Farms, located in East Devon, England, produces my favorite sock. Their Angora goats produce fine, lustrous, Kemp-free mohair fleece. (Kemp is a short thick fiber which makes poor quality mohair itchy). Mohair is known as the “Diamond Fiber” for its luster, strength and durability. Unlike sheep’s wool, mohair fibers are smooth and don’t trap bacteria so the socks don’t get smelly. I machine wash and dry my socks with the rest of the laundry and they don’t shrink. They keep my feet really warm and last for years. We sell 2 sizes to meet everyone’s needs and they come in black (of course), gold, ultra purple, forest green and hot pink. These socks will definitely not be a disappointing stocking stuffer this holiday season.