Renegade Jewelry (and more!)
The ever-awesome Renegade Craft Fair touched down at Fort Mason in San Francisco last weekend, and the place was predictably chock-full of handcrafted brilliance. Walking through the aisles, I was struck by two thoughts: boy, do I want to make more things, and wow, do I want to buy a lot of stuff here. Check out the picks from my Renegade partner-in-crime, Dwell's assistant editor Diana, and click through the slideshow to see my favorite finds (a lot of which is jewelry! Lots of great jewelry this year!).
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- The second annual Renegade Craft Fair swooped into San Francisco's Fort Mason Festival Pavilion last weekend, delighting Bay Area craft enthusiasts with everything under the DIY sun, from owl prints…
Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but a truly unique piece of jewelry can be more precious than any gemstone. Unlike in years of yore, personal adornments are no longer worn simply to display one’s social status. Now, gals of all means and backgrounds wear bold pieces that are both glamorous and make a personal statement all their own. I have selected some new pieces that you can mix with your coveted vintage baubles. They're also perfect on their own. Peruse these pieces, which would make excellent gifts for the jewelry lover on your list; I'm smitten with them all.
- This past weekend, the American Craft Council—one of the country's oldest organizations championing handicrafts—celebrated its 70th birthday at its annual show at Fort Mason in San…
Ever since I was a little girl, I have had an adoration for jewelry. So much so, I used to have a pretend shop in my room and I would sell my grandmother her own jewelry. I decided to select jewelry for the Dwell 2010 Holiday Guide in honor of sentimental memories and the uniqueness a piece of jewelry provides to our individual style.
- This past Sunday, I hopped aboard the 43 to check out the Renegade Craft Fair at Fort Mason.
- This year's American Craft Council show at San Francisco's Fort Mason Center had a special component.
- I spent last week in Los Angeles, exploring neighborhoods, poking around design shops, and hoping to finally understand how the various corners of the sprawling metropolis fit together.
Stop by the brick and mortar shop, located in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood, for DIY goods from over 300 independent artists. To celebrate spring, Renegade will offer 25% off select housewares, jewelry, posters and prints, plush items, clothing, stationery, and more.