Jewelry designer Geoffrey Cooper of Geoffrey Scott may reside on the left coast, but it’s clear that some of his design inspiration hails from the right one. Enter the Tribeca collection of silver jewelry, which will debut at JCK Tucson 2016.
Some 30 SKUs exist with Cooper’s signature brushed and polished finish in silhouettes that speak to the grit of the city: hexagonal symbols are inspired by the “the giant, raw, and scratched-up bolts that tie those massive steel beams into the lofty luxury apartments,” says Cooper. “So many of my collection pieces are named for New York locales, and I’ve always loved the Tribeca neighborhood—the cobblestones, the architecture, and the mix of textures everywhere you go.”
And because the collection speaks to urban living, the jewelry is metal intense (no stones at all). “I wanted to create something that was more about the metal, purity, and the architecture of the piece and the finish,” he adds.
Buy-in is 12 pieces, retail prices start at $225, and the collection ships to stores in late February.
Bubbles pendant necklace in silver, $275
Hex cuff in silver, $475
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