In a world where fashion is accessible anywhere and everywhere on the web, every designer item has a knockoff and when a trend becomes trendy every self respecting fashionista wears it (case in point: the Zara skort), we want unique!
It has always been our goal, and we know that many girls share these feelings, to wear something that not everyone has, something more special and rare.
In comes jewelry designer Liat Ginzburg.
Ginzburg jewelry can best be described as works of art. All pieces are hand made by the designer and no two pieces are exactly the same.
Liat creates her jewelry using unique components, from vintage pieces from the 70`s and the 80`s, which she collects on her travels in streets and markets around the world, to various plastic, perspex, rubber and wood components, combined with pieces created by laser cutter.
Ginzburg’s unique jewelry has been featured in the most prestigious fashion magazines around the world, from Italian Vogue to French Grazia, to Spanish Harper’s Bazaar, to Belle Mode. She has become the darling of stylists and celebs and women from across the world. While we were photoshooting at Liat’s studio, jewelry was getting picked up for Trinny and Susannah’s Tv show, currently being shot in Israel.
That’s pretty impressive for a designer who doesn’t even have a PR or marketing team. She must not need one, her stunning jewelry speaks for itself.
Some of our favorite Ginzburg Jewelry pieces:
We admit it was very hard to pick because we loved everything!
Be sure to wear some flowers on your neck.
What we wore
The styling idea behind our outfits for this post was to create a blank canvas for Liat’s beautiful jewelry. After reading our friend Diana of Manhattan Image and Style‘s post on colors that go with your skin tone, we realized we love clothes in light yellows but never actually wear them because we always assumed they would look bad with our fair skin! Diana inspired us to give these colors a try!
Vera wore a plaid yellow strapless dress with a sheer banana blouse and light beige sweater on top.
Vera is now starting the third trimester of her pregnancy so she has quite a big belly, which by now is pretty difficult to hide.
Vera likes to show off other parts of her body, like her legs which have stayed skinny throughout her pregnancy (some girls are just lucky!).
Vera’s outfit, composed of layers, knits, and tights, is perfect for fall and as the weather gets colder.
Rony wore a cream sheer top with Topshop banana tweed shorts and a vintage beige masculine blazer.
We do believe opposites attract when it comes to fashion so to set off our sexy outfits, we both rocked masculine flat booties, perfect for fall!
This photoshoot was taken at Liat’s studio, a wonderland in its own right, rich with colors and textures and adorable animals that model jewelry!
Mostly we enjoyed discovering that besides being insanely talented, Liat is an absolute sweetheart!
Thank you for everything Liat Ginzburg!!
Coming up next: We model some of our favorite couture creations by one of the most talented young designers around!
V & R