in the studio


{image below} "This yellow-toned necklace has a lot of variety, made from various components including a faux pearl vintage brooch circa 1940, a topaz glass cat-eye spray brooch circa 1950 and a vintage 1950s amber glass earring element, among others... I would wear this necklace a variety of ways - for day/work, I would pair it with a longer pendant necklace over a simple white tank from Club Monaco with black loose-fitting shorts and a pair of brown leather sandals I snagged in London at & Other Stories. For going out at night, I would wear this necklace alone with a bright floral-print Marni top, matching skirt and 1940s-esque Marni platform heels." - Lisa

{image below} "This bracelet is made from a 1930s Czech pressed glass buckle and a hand-cut French ruby-toned glass gem set in a floral filigreed setting circa 1900. It's a stunning piece that I could easily transition from day to night. I would wear it alone for a cocktail party, paired with a one-shoulder Lanvin navy dress. The next day I would wear it again at work, this time paired with ripped boyfriend jeans, black platform wooden sandals and a vintage button down blouse in bright colors." - Lisa

{image below} "These earrings feature an interesting mix of elements, from carved butterscotch Bakelite buttons circa 1920, to an antique pair of enameled Victorian buttons circa 1860. The final element is a Czech buckle pair in green with a silver tone metallic curvature circa 1930. Intriguing! I would wear these with everything from a casual wrap-around bohemian skirt and printed silk blouse from Isabel Marant to a subtly printed long summer dress for a beach party on the weekend." - Lisa