The Art of Layering Zacasha Necklaces
The Art of Layering Jewelry with Jennifer Fisher
What are your tricks to proper jewelry layering?
With jewelry the only way to make it yours is to personalize it— and layering is the best way to do it. Get diamond letters and words that are 'you.' No one is going to wear jewelry the exact way that you do and I really think that layering in multiples really creates a powerful personality.
What have become your go-to layering techniques?
The key to doing it is having layers of depth. I like having pieces that are open on the top versus pieces that are closed on top, plus having delicate fine pieces worked in with your costume pieces. The key is just to go with how you are feeling for the day and take it from there.
Do you have any rules about which metals go best with certain skin tones?
Really, anyone can wear any shade—it just depends on how the jewelry is plated because each company plates in different tones. You have to try it on for yourself. But I don’t like rose and silver together. I love rose and yellow. That’s my favorite combination.
How would you describe your overall aesthetic?
I design jewelry for what I want to wear. I make jewelry for me and hopefully people catch on. There’s been a lot of things that have failed and things that when you least expect it people respond to, which is really funny. I just started making things for myself and I guess there was a need for it and people wanted personalized jewelry on a fine level that was heavier, that was bespoke and made-to-order that was customized to their life and experiences. So, that’s how it all really got started.
And how has Jennifer Fisher grown since then?
I started the diffusion line when the recession hit—we were asked for a lot of editorial pieces and they wanted it in fine and I was like, ‘oh my god why am I going to spend ,000 making that bracelet for that one shoot, let’s try it in brass and it worked.’ Originally we didn’t plate it, but then we realized that our girl is a girl who likes shine and likes her shine to stay like gold instead of aging and looking a little gritty. They like it more polished. We’ve been playing with the plating, the colors and now the weights. We have heavy pieces, we have delicate pieces, we have little tiny rings, we have huge rings. I just think the key is to have an assortment for everybody. Jewelry is the utmost personal expression of you—people adorn their bodies from their ears to their fingers.
How do you hope women wear Jennifer Fisher?
I want to be the girl who makes the jewelry that you wear everyday that you put in that dish that you just don’t put away, that doesn’t go in the drawer. The minute it goes in the drawer it’s dead. So I feel like I want to be the one that’s in the dish. I want to be the jewelry designer that is always in rotation—that the piece you love works with whatever you’re wearing. Like if you’re wearing a dress like this or if you’re wearing jeans, it works with everything and you still want to wear it because it is an expression of who you are.
Video: Where I Buy My Jewelry + How I Layer | Molly Sims 2018
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