Nothing says feminine sophistication like sipping on high tea and nibbling on tiny confectionary delights – a fitting way to celebrate New York jewellery designer Pamela Love. Hosted by LoveGold House at the beautiful Chateau Marmont, the serene and sophisticated ambiance perfectly complimented this magnetic designer’s exquisite jewellery lines. These tiny delights were simply too beautiful to eat!
Everyone loved sipping their tea in these delicately designed golden cups and saucers.
What better backdrop to Pamela Love’s golden adorned fingers and wrists – a gold topped chocolate cake!
Here’s a close up of the intriguing bracelet Pamela Love was wearing:
I had a chance to spend some time talking with Pamela Love about her jewellery and her inspiration. For the lines displayed at Chateau Marmont, Ms. Love said she was inspired by her recent travels to Morocco and travel in general, the moon and its phases and an overall profound sense of spirituality. Her creative process is experiential and she seeks out those experiences through travel whether it is across the United States or the world, using the visuals to sketch her next divine piece of jewellery.
After hearing her journey, I saw the jewellery in a whole new light and her inspirations really came to life in the pieces.
Do you see the phases of the moon in this set?
Of course, an important step to bringing such meaningful inspirations to life is choosing the right materials, and Ms. Love says that gold is absolutely her favourite material to use. She loves the way it feels on her skin because of its richness and loves that it has such history and story behind it. You can tell she truly loves gold because of her favourite piece in the line is a powerfully gold bracelet. Check it out below!
What makes it her favourite?
“I never wanted to take it off!” she said – a simple and genuine philosophy for deciding on how to add to your jewellery collection. It’s about connecting with a piece, and if it gives you the feeling that you just never want to take it off, then you know it’s for you!
After falling in love with her exquisite jewellery piece, I of course had to ask if she had ever visited India. She broke out in a huge smile and said she hasn’t but would LOVE to and that it is absolutely on her list of places to go in the near future. We chatted about Bombay and Jaipur and India’s deep relationship to gold and jewellery and she said she knew she would have to spend enough time there to explore all of these different aspects of the country. I told her we would welcome her with open arms so let’s keep our fingers crossed that we get to see a Pamela Love jewellery line inspired by India soon!
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