Shinola Debuts First Women’s Jewelry Collection With Pamela Love



Shinola is expanding beyond its watch, leather goods, and bicycle domain into the jewelry arena. Coming this November is the brand’s first-ever jewelry collection designed by New York City–based Pamela Love.

The Shinola fine jewelry collection features 56 pieces comprising statement earrings, necklaces, rings, and bracelets in sterling silver and 14k gold with diamonds, opals, tiger’s-eye, and mother-of-pearl. In terms of design, Shinola marries Love’s signature style with Shinola’s design ethos and classic timepiece motifs, which include lugs and buckles, moon-phase designs, coin-edge details, and lightning bolts. The jewelry ranges in retail price from $120 in silver to $8,000 in gold. Items will be available for purchase online, in Shinola stores, and in select wholesale partner stores on Nov. 4. The jewelry is made in the United States of imported materials. Also expect to see a rollout of the Shinola watch concept Gomelsky (named for JCK’s editor-in-chief, Victoria Gomelsky), as well as Shinola Diamonds, a collection of timepieces.