One of the highlights of our Las Vegas buying trip was visiting the team at Phillips House. The experience was even better as we had a chance to talk to Lisa and Danielle, the mother-daughter designing duo. Lisa sat with us most of the time, explaining the inspiration behind their newest collection, the Hero Collection. Spending time with Lisa, hearing about the design process, made this collection even more wonderful. In this blog, we will shed light on the inspiration behind the collection as well as showcase a few pieces that just arrived at our store!
About the Hero Collection
The octagon shape or "hero symbol" was designed to reflect the eight different facets that make a woman who she is. Sometimes they are more obvious, like mother or wife, other times they are not. For instance, one facet could reflect personal challenges or obstacles. The Hero collection (through its core symbol) represents these eight sides coming together. Lisa and Danielle believe the pieces give the wearer balance and strength, and making her a mightier, more formidable woman – a true hero. This collection is about empowering the woman wearing the jewelry.
The collection is robust, encompassing many different earring, necklace, and bracelet designs. Because of its depth, we think the hero collection will be a hit among women of many different tastes.
Yellow Gold Diamond Hero Pick-Me-Up Earrings (0.15ctw) $2250
STYLE TRICK-- These earrings can be converted into a shorter dangle by looping one of the hero rings through the earring back!
Yellow Gold Diamond Hero DBTY Necklace (0.54ctw) $2400
Yellow Gold Diamond Hero Chain Drop Knocker Earrings (0.37ctw) $2450
Yellow Gold Diamond Open Petite Hero Necklace (0.11ctw) $950
Yellow Gold Diamond Large Hero Earrings (1.40ctw) $6100
About Phillips House
With their aesthetically chic designs, Phillips House designers Lisa Phillips Frankel & Danielle Frankel Nemiroff have paved the way for a new category of fine jewelry. In just four years, Phillips House has expanded into top retailers across the world. The brand was also the sole jewelry designer worn by the First Lady to her historic meeting with the Queen of England and Kate Middleton. In fact, within a week of the brand's launch, they landed on the cover of legendary publication Women's Wear Daily. It was the first time in over seven years that Women's Wear Daily put still-life jewelry on the cover.
For questions or to inquire about jewelry in this blog, please call Lauren at 317.844.9003.