Accessories Council Showcase at JA New York

The Accessories Council showcased an exciting group of nine brands at the JA New York trade show on March 12th & 13th at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City. The brands featured were Article22, Bella Uno, Caroline Rocha, Darby Scott, Magic & Madness, Metal Mingle, NYLA STAR and Tashka by Beatrice.

On Monday, March 13th, Accessories Council President, Karen Giberson, moderated a panel “Dressing Iconic New York City Characters” with Sex and the City and Younger costume designer, Patricia Field and GIRLS costume designer, Jenn Rogien.

Accessories Council Showcases are an ongoing initiative by the Accessories Council. They enable member brands to test their success at a variety of major national and international trade shows at an affordable price.

1 ARTICLE22Article 22, collections derived from upcycled bombs and then merged with precious metals and stones

2 Bella UnoBella Uno, a new division of Roman & Sunstone, inspires women to #beyou and #beyoutiful.

3 Caroline RochaCaroline Rocha, each Caroline Rocha creation is an original work of art. Every piece of leather is hand-selected, cut to a specific size and hand-painted.

4 Darby ScottDarby Scott, a modern collection of Luxury accessories, jewelry and handbags that will stand the test of time.

5 Magic & MadnessMagic & Madness, a creative outlet inspired by nature, space, science and emotion. Also a “Best Accessories” winner at the PROJECT Trade Show in February.

6 Tashka by BeatriceTashka by Beatrice, for the woman that loves color and likes to make a statement. A wearer of Tashka by Beatrice isn’t afraid to be different.

7 Nyla StarNYLA STAR, a sophisticated costume jewelry collection that appeals to both fine and costume jewelry enthusiasts.

Screen Shot 2017-03-16 at 11.23.27 AMMetal Mingle, a creation of modern, stylish and minimalist mixed-metal designs, made for the busy, laid-back fashionista.

9 Costume Designer Panel copy“Dressing Iconic New York City Characters” panel. From left to right: Jenn Rogien, Patricia Fields and Karen Giberson.

 

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