Rachel Stewart, founder and designer of Rachel Stewart Jewelry, loves to create pieces for women that aren’t afraid to get noticed. Rachel began her career in jewelry design four years ago and takes inspiration from the high fashion divas of the 80s and 90s such as Patti LaBelle and Phyllis Hyman.
When asked to describe her design process, Rachel states, “I try not to pay attention to trends so I can stay true to my creative process. What I have coming up for Fall 2013 are clear acrylic pieces that are accented with mirrored detailing and feature geometric shapes.”
We are also excited to showcase The Rachel Stewart Collection of frames which includes Rachel’s favorite frame styles from Coastal.com.
As a lover of bold accessories, which includes a growing collection of statement frames, Rachel Stewart pairs her newest jewelry designs with the perfect glasses… and explains why!
Ladies Who Lunch
Shop Left: Derek Cardigan 7004 Fog »
I paired my Silver afro pic earrings with the cool grey of these frames for a hip and effortless look, great for a lunch date with the girls and shopping!
Shop Right: Love L744 Jelly Purple »
I just had to play mix and match with my Pink Queen studs and the vibrant purple of this frame, very fresh.
Shop Left: Derek Cardigan 7005 B Black »
Nothing looks better with these frames than a bright red lip and a bold earring like my Dwennimmen Adinkra which are feather light and perfect for dancing.
Shop Right: Love L741 Brunette Tortoiseshell »
My Octavia acrylic studs are stunning with an updo and these retro frames that are fun and flirty.
All Work and Play
Shop Left: Derek Cardigan 7012 Birch »
I paired my wooden Puma studs with the subtle but funky frames for a conservative and fun look.
Shop Right: Derek Cardigan 7012 Brown Tortoiseshell»
My wild seed mirrored studs look great with these frames and give you a bold but not over the top look for work.