Congrats to Carol Chia for winning the giveaway for this beautiful piece from Nagicia by Tricia Kim. We hope you love it as much as we do!
Tassel Ular Crystal Necklace (US$86)
For all those who didn’t win, you can still get your hands on Nagicia’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection, available on www. nagicia.com. The Nagicia brand creates bold statement pieces evoking organic textures inspired by the natural beauty of Indonesia and keeps alive the heritage of ancient Bali. Designed by Korean-American Tricia Kim, she honed her passion for design in New York’s famed art schools before moving to Paris to explore the genres of painting and sculpting. Kim started her own empire in 2000 with Nagicia Jewelry. Meaning ‘dragon’ and the ‘year she was born into’, Nagicia’s collections revolve around the beauty of nature, gemstones and their inherent healing powers that lay within the sources. Kim says her jewelry is not about just looking good, but making the wearer feel good also.
Here are some of our favorite pieces from the collection:
One of the fashion trends of 2013, the tassles on these statement earrings from the Snake-Ular collection are sure to take your outfit to the next level. Featuring an infinity pattern with their signature bambu laut texture, this collection is very apt for the Year of the Snake. We’re especially loving the emerald one which is also Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2013, and also currently one of the hottest shades on the runway!
Inspired by all the arm-candy stacking pictures on Pinterest and Tumblr? This piece works well both on its own or stacked with other pieces! From the Sirsak collection, these chunky bracelets feature the leaf of the Graviola tree, which is known for its numerous medicinal properties. These symbolize Mother Nature’s offering of hope and help, and are available in various eye-catching colors to match any outfit.
Remember the “other pieces” we were talking about for stacking arm candy? Well, these would be it. The organic shape of these more delicate pieces from the Root collection are inspired by, you guessed it, roots. Thus, they suggest a connection with the earth and its power to stimulate life. Because of their resemblance to bones (very warped ones at least), they can also double up as edgy accessories for a punk look that is back in fashion.
For more information, visit www.nagicia.com