Right now, everything is ringing: Salvation Army bells, Beyoncé hooks, Mom on the line wanting to know when you’ll be home.
Quiet the commotion with Caitlin Mociun’s new fine jewelry line.
The Brooklyn designer’s feeling more grown-up, and though still prone to playfulness (stud earrings shaped like pocketknives, spoons, and teapots), she’s turned to subtly modern designs meant to be handed down.
The four mini collections (faceted gold and silver gems, geometric shapes meant to be layered, celestial motifs, and tiny objects studs) are all ecominded: made locally using recycled gold, antique diamonds, and turquoise.
They’re the season’s top contender for five golden rings.
And sweeten another familiar holiday sound: ka-ching.
Available at Honey in the Rough, 161 Rivington Street, between Suffolk and Clinton Streets (212-228-6415 or honeyintherough.com); Steven Alan Annex, 103 Franklin Street, between Church Street and Broadway (212-343-0692 or stevenalan.com); online at store.mociun.com. To see styles, go to our photo gallery.
Photo: Courtesy of Caitlin Mociun