Designer Samantha House was once in the business of choosing jewelry to feature in magazines (she was a Fashion and Beauty Editor of The Improper Bostonian Magazine and has appeared on television as a style expert). She has now journeyed to the other side, creating her own line of simple and striking necklaces, rings and bracelets. Her latest collection is called Circus. The inspiritation was the traveling circus shows of the 1920s and the result is pieces that are a little vintage, a little playful and dramatic whether worn with casual clothes or gussied up for nighttime. House's designs have been sold at Barney's, Henri Bendel, Fred Segal, Intermix and shopbop.com to name a few. She has also designed jewelry for a number of fashion week shows in the tents such as Erin Fetherston, Christian Siriano and Gen Art. The pieces can now be ordered off her own website.
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