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Capsule NY: Bijules Jewellery

26 February 2013, 03.29 | Posted in Accessories, Jewellery | 3 comments »

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We had the pleasure of visiting Bijules booth this week-end and had a chance to drool at Jules Kim latest interpretation of jewellery as art. One of our favorite pieces were the nail rings with rubies and emeralds.See another beauty on the flip.

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HighSnobette Best Of 2012

01 January 2013, 03.28 | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 comments »

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What we have always loved about fashion is it’s potential to bring joy. We as HighSnobette editors feel so lucky to not only have witnessed many of these special moments but to also have come to know and watch grow many of the artists and designers behind some of our favorite projects. Below in no particular order we share what we regard as some of the best, joy-bringing efforts of 2012:

Designer Melody Ehsani’s star has been on the rise for quite some time now, but her “Queen of the Jungle” necklace (above) in many ways stamped her official arrival. We lost count of the stylish celebrities spotted in this vivacious fun piece.

Leah McSweeney has always been a force of personality. She literally is the MTTM brand, as backed by an intensely loyal supporting staff + fan base. Like many young brands the label went through its stumbles when investors pulled out, but the tenacious McSweeney was able to hold on to the name and this year the label found its own inimitable stride again, as marked by the brand’s “Supreme Bitch” snapback cap, which received the blessing of none other mega-style star Rihanna.

See many more “bests” on the next page. And a very Happy New Year to all. Thank you so much for your support in 2012.

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Diane Pernet Talks To Bijules

17 October 2012, 13.56 | Posted in Accessories, Fashion | No comments »

Longtime favorite Jules Kim of Bijules Showcased her latest collection earlier this month at Creative Door. Through the lens of Diane Pernet we get a glimpse at Jules inspiration creative concepts and stunning jewellery. Enjoy!

#Summer Select With Bijules x Good Peoples x Leroy Jenkins x Highsnobette

13 July 2012, 14.16 | Posted in Fashion, Out on the town | No comments »

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Enjoy a look at a photo recap of Summer Select Friday co-hosted by Highsnobette and Leroy Jenkins  this past Friday with Bijules and  Good Peoples.

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Kerin Rose Hosts #SummerSelect With Good Peoples x Bijules

18 June 2012, 13.24 | Posted in Accessories, Fashion, Out on the town | No comments »

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Friday evening  just got a lot more fun with the crew of Good Peoples along with Bijules partnering to bring you Summer Select Fridays at the Standard NY rooftoop. A casual gathering andchored on scenic views of Manhattan, music and talented hosts. This Friday, the one and only Kerin Rose  showcased her latest creations of A-Morir eyewear. Get a peek on the flip.

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Bijulesterie Opens With A Séance

07 June 2012, 04.32 | Posted in Accessories, Fashion, Jewellery, Retail | 2 comments »

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Longtime Highsnobette fave , Jules Kim of Bijules opened her  boutique showroom with a multi-sensory ’Séance’ this evening . The intimate appointment only  underground space showcases her signature pieces in a unique setting,  aptly reflecting creativity, design an sensuality. On the next page get a peek of the opening hosted by Katie Longmyer.

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Topshop Gets ‘Very Inspired’ By Bijules

14 December 2011, 00.59 | Posted in Accessories | 3 comments »

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Being a Snobette in our definition is  in many ways  about loving the authenticity in style and fashion in all its quality,  creativity and even quirkiness. While fast fashion mega brands have been praised with democratizing fashion, we often wish the offerings were more unique/original and did not get “inspired” by talented creatives who create lust-worthy pieces with originality and sass.  A few years back we noticed Madewell’s “love” of A PeaceTreaty and recently, the cool ladies of Sixsixsickgirls bring to our attention Topshop’s Nail tip ring, which clearly is a rendition of the famed Bijules nail ring. All we have to say is why? Why not create something unique?

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Project LV: Jules Kim Of Bijules

24 August 2011, 21.59 | Posted in Accessories, Jewellery | No comments »

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We featured Bijules jewellery collection yesterday but the designer herself, Jules Kim, is always amazing to look at, too–the braid! On the next page check out her shoe collaboration with Vans, first shown on the runway for her Nycked swimwear label in Miami.

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Project LV Workroom : Bijules NYC

22 August 2011, 19.45 | Posted in Accessories, Jewellery | 3 comments »

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Bringing you some of our favorites from our first day at Project in Vegas we passed by workroom to see what  Bijules has in store. the   3  city  rings are part of her latest installment of jewels reflecting the three cities of the brand’s evolution: New York, Milan, and Paris. On the next page a  closer look. Images  courtesy Higsnobette.

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Wardenclyffe x Bijules ‘Amasia’ Film

14 July 2011, 13.47 | Posted in Accessories, Art, Fashion, Film | No comments »

Enjoy a look a the phenomenal Bijules’ latest project, Amasia as told to Vogue Italia–visually stunning in every way:

“I want to upset the quietness of the gold industry’s ’sacredness,’” explains the designer, introducing her film Amasia – Possible Future Supercontinent After Actual Earth directed by Robert Hamada with art director Guido Callarelli.

“With Amasia I wish to combine the force, at times brutal, of nature, to the purity of jewels. This market segment must reinvent itself all the time to live on and I want to be part of such transformation,” adds Jules Kim, while she explains that to get in the gold industry she has to carve out her space, breaking traditional barriers, beyond all expectations.

“I had the need to tell a story without limitations. For those who create jewelry it’s easier to portray a model wearing the collection,” she says smiling before the unstoppable flow of her film’s images.

The true leading lady of the video is nature, with all its power, uncontaminated and sublime. “Shooting the video in Iceland has been something unforgettable. I had never seen so much beauty,” says the jewelry designer that, despite New York’s schizophrenic rhythms, reveals a deep fascination for that remote island.
“I chose to go beyond people’s expectations, I wished to stimulate their perception with something unexpected so that they will ask themselves who they are and what they will become …”