Mejuri: The Canadian jewelry brand Mejuri has teamed up with the American cult brand Frame for a new limited edition collaboration that gives you everything you need to prepare for a Zoom call.
The 10-piece collection, which will be available from October 26th, unites, according to a publication, “a clearly European aesthetic and influences of the 70s style”. The collaboration is the first jewelry collection for Frame.
In the collection you will find four pieces of jewelry that go with everything:
Textured gold hoops, gold chain hoops, a striking, chunky chain necklace and a matching bracelet. Thanks to vintage denim in three different washes, a classic button-down shirt, a blazer, three cardigans and two statement shoulder t-shirts, you can easily upgrade your WFH wardrobe. The jewelry (priced between $ 200 and $ 685) is available for purchase through Mejuri’s website and stores, as well as Frame’s website and select stores. The apparel collection (priced between $ 200 and $ 902) will be available online and in stores exclusively through Frame.
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Commenting on the partnership, Mejuri CEO and co-founder Noura Sakkhija said: “We are excited to be working with a brand that emulates our goal of creating a new kind of luxury. a wardrobe made of high quality pieces that do not require an occasion While designing, we always thought about how our jewelry could enhance and complement Frame’s everyday things [Frame co-founders] Erik [Torstensson] and Jens [Grede] allows us to push the limits and create the ultimate everyday wardrobe. ”
Torstensson and Grede praised the Toronto-based jewelry brand for their expertise in the jewelry industry. Torstensson said of the collection: “Every piece from the collection can be easily combined with one another and complements the style and lightness of our customers.”
If you’re ready to give up your tracksuit but still want an effortless and impactful look for your next virtual meeting, this capsule has just that.
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