Sunday, 29 November 2009

Bittersweets NY

This insanely beautiful collection of jewellery is by Bittersweets.
"The idea behind Bittersweets NY is making something exquisite out of the everyday objects and designs that are taken for granted. Why reinvent the wheel? The Maggot and Earthworm series stay within the ideology of borrowing a design from another tried and true source...nature."
I have fallen in love with every single one of these pieces, the delicate rings are just perfection! I have a friend who's killing herself over those vamp rings too.
I can see Bittersweets is just going to be huge, I love her work.
I think I now know what I want for christmas.

15 comments:

  1. Wow totally got thrown off by the little maggots. It's kinda disturbing but I still interested. haha
    Love the blog!

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  2. HI DARLING, I AM FOLLOWING YOU WITH RSS; NOW WITH BLOGLOVIN AND FACEBOOK TOO. ;)

    @ MAISON CHAPLIN

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  3. You always have such unique posts!

    Nina

    http://ninaballerinaclosetobsession.blogspot.com/

    PS Thanks for dropping me a line!

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  4. I love the fang ones, but theyre sooo not in my budget right now grr...



    www.trustme-itsparadise.blogspot.com

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  5. How fun! You don't see stuff like this everyday! Cool find.

    www.dinasdaysblog.blogspot.com

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  6. Gorgeous pieces!

    Lovely blog!

    colormenana.blogspot.com

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  7. i can't resist of this !
    xoxo from France
    www.sojenny.com

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  8. Hi darling, thanks for the comment, have a nice weekend!

    The Bible of fashion,
    MAISON CHAPLIN.blogspot.com

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  9. Wow, love this collection! I recently got a friend one of these pieces but had no idea how much more they had. Big fan of her work!

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  10. Hi :)
    Those are pretty cool!
    xoxo
    Susana R.

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  11. WOW! the fang rings are too cool! Seriously..I need them!

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  12. I absolutely adore this jewellery!

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