After a decade of dealing with the art of diamonds, Jade harnessed her years of experience to break the rules of the fine jewelry industry and to create a new sense of individuality that pushes the boundaries of design into something more authentic and personal. Jade’s artistry is forging the path for a new style of jewelry- one that juxtaposes vintage silhouettes with a modern sensibility to present a new kind of classic.
Carlisle Burch’s approach to illustrating intentionally explores the dichotomy that defined much of her childhood. Characters and scenes evolve from the juxtaposition of her Mojave Desert home and a fascination with French post-impressionism as well as early 20th century fashion illustration. Her use of color and line creates a world where cowboys, rattlesnakes, and sandstorms merge with the idealistic and refined. Carlisle’s illustrations are equally light-hearted while transporting us into her world of weathered nostalgia.
Batea Courtyard setup
Form Floral brings in a chef showcasing gourmet food carried within the shop