FAB LIFE: Fab Girls Visit the Atelier Minyon show

Last Thursday, the Fab Girls attended the Atelier Minyon jewelry show at Cindi Earl Fine Jewelry. This show was a precursor to the Nicole Miller fashion presentation, all benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Atelier Minyon is a Turkish jewelry designer with a flagship store in NYC. The jewelry maker also retails in many boutiques around the world. Mostly recently they debuted their collection at Cindi Earle Fine Jewelry.

Looking at the pieces on the Internet is not enough – you must see each piece face-to-face in order to appreciate the fine craftsmanship of the jewelry. Seriously, the designs are like a work of art. This is jewelry you by and pass down through your generations. The mesh cuff (shown above) was laced with diamonds and hand cut star accents shows how intricate the details are on the pieces.

Here is one of the signature pieces from their new collection. This ring has diamond and topaz stones accented with gold. A ring like this can travel from day-to night, casual to dressy, in a blink of an eye! We loved it!

What I love about the collection is that these pieces are customs. No ring is alike – they may be similar, but ever identical. The handmade quality also gives it a rustic feel that is not only elegant but chic. Here’s a ring and a the ‘Key-Man’ cuff. I am in love the that cuff! I would love to do a photo shoot and create an outfit around that cuff. Oh and that blinged out ring would have a lovely place in my jewelry box too.

Here’s some more – the intricate details on these works of art a sight to behold. These little insect pins would look very fly on a blazer. Love them!
We really enjoyed ourselves at the event. Thanks to Urbane Imagery, Mahogany Event Planning, Cindi Earl Fine Jewelry (we love Cindi!!), the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Atelier Minyon for hosting and planning such a lovely event. Make sure to visit Cindi Earle for all you fine jewelry needs.

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