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August 2 2014

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Pamela Love’s Jewel Heist

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“When I was a little girl, I really wanted to get my ears pierced because my mom had big earrings all the time,” jewelry designer Pamela Love told Style.com. “I finally did at 5 years old, and my mom gave me this pair of 14-karat gold aquamarine earrings, one of which I lost pretty quickly after. I remember being devastated and crawling under the couch and digging through the carpet looking for the earring, and I never found it…but I still wear its partner every day.”

It was this formative experience, Love says, that introduced her to the “power and allure of jewelry.” It compelled her to create her namesake line in 2006, and now, to launch her inaugural collection of fine jewelry, Pamela Love Fine. With a selection set to launch at Barneys New York next week, the twenty-eight-piece collection is revealed in full in Golden Girl (above), a film that, directed by Skye Parrott and starring model Frankie Rayder, debuts exclusively here. “She’s so beautiful, and there’s something a little devious about her that makes her the perfect muse for this collection,” Love said of her leading lady.

Pamela Love Fine

With prices ranging from $795 to $22,400, the Pamela Love Fine collection was made possible via a strategic partnership with LoveGold, and took approximately one year to develop and create. The line sees all of Love’s regular obsessions—astrology, tribal spikes, and the natural world—reimagined with ethically sourced precious stones, like diamonds, sapphires, and opals from India, Thailand, and Madagascar. The gems are set in clean-mined or recycled 18-karat gold.

The collection incorporates the handiwork of Love’s Manhattan studio (about 30 percent of the wares are made in-house) alongside a network of master jewelers. And she hopes to explore new materials in the seasons ahead. “We have only one piece with opal in it. Opal is my love. I want to do as much opal as possible. I really want to work with rubies and emeralds…and maybe get into some platinum.”

So who is the Pamela Love Fine woman? “She’s just a really independent woman who takes what she wants and is confident,” Love said. “It’s lovely if her husband or boyfriend buys her some jewelry, but she doesn’t need a man…she can get what she wants for herself.”

Photo: Courtesy Photo

Good Or Bad, They’re Bringing Sexy Back

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Nobody forgets their first time. But not everybody feels compelled to recall it in print. Credit where credit’s due, then, to the contributors to the latest issue of Dossier, Skye Parrott and Katherine Krause’s glossy biannual, which rounded up a cast of characters—from Alexis Bittar and Cynthia Rowley to Miranda July and arty nouveau-pornographer Richard Kern—to muse, in pictures and text, on their first forays in the bedroom. (One brave soul even conducted a phone interview with his deflowerer, who estimated that they’d last spoken their junior year of college.) Was anything too raw to see the light of day? “We have a policy of printing everything we like,” Parrott said with a laugh at the packed launch party last night, which drew Rogan Gregory, Monique Péan, Timo Weiland, and Suno’s Max Osterweis to the New Museum.

Cobbled together in updated-zine style—with help from Buero’s Alex Wiederin, the magazine’s recently appointed creative consultant, who co-founded Another Magazine and revamped Ten and Vogue Hommes International—it’s a testament of sorts to letting it all hang out. And letting it all hang out is exactly what Andrej Pejic does in an editorial shot by Collier Schorr (who, Parrott says, is planning to use some of the images in an upcoming show). The androgynous beauty, shot in various states of undress, is in good company among the magazine’s cover girls. The previous issues have featured Freja Beha Erichsen and Daria Werbowy, and while the three aren’t the strangest of bedfellows, Pejic is definitely a departure of sorts. “We had Freja and Daria,” Parrott said of the decision. “As far as models go, how could you go bigger than that?” As any of the issue’s contributors could tell you, there’s a first time for everything.

Photo: Courtesy of Dossier