Beverly Hills, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/27/2014 -- In the center of Los Angeles jewelry designers from Wishgiving are creating a collection of beautiful bracelets and malas with gemstones of the purest energies, recycled sterling silver, and handmade beads. Taking advantage of the “Made In Los Angeles” identity is something that not enough designers are doing according Matthew Rogers a lifestyle brand advisor. The team at jewelry startup Wishgiving.com sees the value in locally produced jewelry and they are bringing the LA based fashion story to market by sharing the soul of Los Angeles in each piece of unique handmade jewelry.
LA has traditionally been third chair to places like New York and Europe but lately the community of LA based designers is making a name for the city by producing some of today’s hottest fashion brands like Lucky and Seven for All Mankind. And further, housing some of the latest talent in Tom Binns, George Esquivel, Vanessa Leu and others.
In 2013 Aaron Gell for NYtimes.com stated that Los Angeles was on the verge of something interesting in the world of fashion and since then Tom Ford has announced that his Fall/Winter 2015 fashion show will be held in Los Angeles not London. Fashion design in Los Angeles is truly on the rise.
The move west may become more enticing as the City Of Angels bridges fashion, entertainment and technology like no other. And when you mix in the sunny weather and beach access there is a formula for attraction that will bring more top talent to the west coast.
For the team at Wishgiving, becoming a rising star in the world of jewelry is tied to the city of Los Angeles, the culture created by LA based designers, and the power in symbols of love, luck, and prosperity that are conveyed in each bracelet, mala and necklace that is handmade in Los Angeles.
Wishgiving Handmade Jewelry
8484 Wilshire Ave.Suite 715,
Beverly Hills, CA 90210