With fashion in the thick of a ’70s revival, New York City–based Andy Götz has joined the groovy flock with the October debut of its new Fringe Movement jewelry collection.
The abundance of fringed frocks and accessories on the runways has inspired the manufacturer to get flirty in 48 SKUs. Fourteen-karat gold necklaces and earrings, all accented with geometric cuts of stones such as black onyx, blue topaz, amethyst, citrine, and smoky quartz, comprise the collection, as do bezel frames. Plus, there’s rolo chain—multiple rows, to be exact, “to add movement and flair to these designs,” a spokesperson confides to JCK.
Suggested retail prices start at $399, and pieces are shipping now. The buy-in? About $3,000—enough to drive home the funky message to buyers or outfit your entire staff in vintage bell-bottoms.
Pendant necklace in 14k yellow gold with a faceted hexagon-shape, bezel-set amethyst with chain fringe, $627
Drop earrings in 14k yellow gold with faceted square-shape, bezel-set blue topaz with chain fringe, $687
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