Fashionable Friend Friday

Today’s fashionable friend friday is a pair of sisters Laetitia Stanfield and Selina McPherson, who create beautiful “vibrant and colorful” scarf necklaces adorned with beading and sparkles.  Their designs are inspired from their travels all over the world, with much New York and Paris influence.  These necklaces look amazing with a white t-shirt and jeans, for running around during the day, as well as a little black dress, for a sophisticated evening look.  To see the full assortment of necklaces click HERE

I was able to catch up with Laetitia and ask her a little bit about her beautiful designs:

Give us a little background, how did you get into the scarf necklace Jewelry design?
I was a buyer at Bergdorf Goodman for 5 years and I met a slew of young designers.  I loved how creative they all were and wanted to get on the other side of the business.

Who do you envision wearing your designs?  Do you take this into account when you are design the jewelry?
Our pieces are designed for the creative customer who is looking to spruce up her wardrobe.

What are some new pieces you are working on?
Chokers and evening pouches, not only ‘scarf necklaces’
What is your favorite piece in your own personal jewelry collection (photo please)?
Besides my ROARKEs, my wedding band 
What are 5 pieces every woman should have in their jewelry collection?
A few scarf necklaces, a great pair of simple gold stud earrings and something from your grandmother’s jewelry box 
What are your splurge/steal items for a jewelry wardrobe?
Splurge – diamonds. Steal – a ROARKE scarf necklace that can be worn anywhere day to night

What’s your favorite travel destination?
Most recent is Marrakech
What’s your favorite restaurant in NYC?
Il Buco 

What’s your favorite store in NYC?
Kirna Zabete 
If you could see any woman wearing your beautiful designs, who would it be?
Michelle Obama and Kate Moss 
Who are your favorite designers?
Stella, pheobe and Karl

Name a style icon you admire.
Talitha Getty

If I wasn’t making jewelry I would be a travel photographer

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