May 19th sees the launch of New York jewellery designer Pamela Love’s first range for Topshop. The designer, who has built up a celebrity fan base including Alexa Chung,Rachel Bilson and Bat for Lashes singer Natasha Khan, and has been nominated for CDFA Vogue Fashion Fund, has designed a fabulous collection based on Southern and Native American designs, this uses a range of strong metals and intricate carvings to create a fascinating collection.
The new collection for Topshop is inspired by 1970s ‘Gypsy Rockers’ and contains mini collections entitled ‘The Dreamkeeper’, which includes a traditional wheel charm design on necklaces and earrings and is based in mysticism and magic, ‘Hearts and Arrows’ with Baroque looking charms, and ‘Frozen Links’ featuring two different cuff bracelets.
The most iconic pieces are the Mexican Inspired ‘Chain and Stud’ Collection. With a clear Aztec feel, these are sophisticated pieces, particularly the fabulous collar necklace and the statement ring.
Pamela Love says “I think Topshop is one of the most creative, fashion forward companies. I especially love the way they support young designers and help foster their careers. It’s one of my favourite stores!”
The Pamela Love for Topshop collection will be available from selected stores and online from May 19th, just in time for festival season. These pieces will add tribal glamour to your denim and wellies, and will be a must at Glastonbury this year.
Prices start from £50.