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Vogue’s Jewelry Director discusses how her daughter has changed her outlook on accessories and why her personal collection now means so much more.
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Ever since I had my daughter almost two years ago, my approach to jewelry has changed. The majority of pieces on my wish lists center around beautiful gems that honor and celebrate my little girl. My first
fell right around the week that I was returning to work from maternity leave, and rather than being focused on my back-to-work wardrobe, all I could think about was wearing a piece of jewelry that would make her feel close to me no matter where I was. Later that year, during our first holiday season as a family of three, I asked my husband for a gold medallion charm with all three of our first initials.
Also, that season, I gave my mother a locket with my daughter’s picture inside.
This year, I’ve been drawn to jewelry that incorporates garnet, which is my daughter’s birthstone. To be honest, I wasn’t overly excited about this particular stone (I’m a spoiled sapphire baby), but I worked with a jeweler in New York who understood the plight of that
red stone. Together, we waited until the perfect garnet with the perfect shade came along and used it for a signet ring that I now can’t take my eyes off of.
All of this is to say that while there are many ways to celebrate your child with
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