Teresa was recently featured on the popular style blog, iwanttobeher.com! Showing off her "vintage mash-up" personal style for the blog founder/current creative director of eBay Fashion and former Lucky Magazine creative director, Andrea Linett.
t. kahres jewelry will be at the NOW Showcase '11, this Presidents' Day weekend, Friday to Monday, Feb 19-21!
Cocktails, and Brunch for the early birds!
Join t. kahres jewelry and other eco-conscious trendsetting designers at the popular shopping trade show experience:
NOW Showcase at the Terminal Building
FEB. 19, 20, 21 – 2011 / 10AM – 6:30PM
651 West 27th St. (@ 12th Ave), NYC 10001
Join us for daily brunch & cocktails!
Not to be missed:
JOIN US FOR OUR 'COCKTAIL EVENINGS' SAT, FEB 19TH & SUN, FEB. 20TH FROM 4-6:30 Come schmooze with all the NOW Showcase designers exhibiting this season. Enjoy fair trade Appollis wine & Fair. cocktails. Warm up with hot Gypsy Tea. Snack on some delicious Regal Vegan Faux Gras™ vegan pate. Meet & Greet with the fashion writers behind the headlines of EcoSalon. Project Runway winner Gretchen Jones will be there!
Hope to see you there and pick out some new favorite pieces from t. kahres jewelry for Spring!!
To purchase jewelry from my line,go to www.tkahres.etsy.com
Teresa Kahres has been designing her line of nature-inspired jewelry from her studio in the heart of D.U.M.B.O., Brooklyn; a stimulating community of burgeoning artists.
Although she also works as a silversmith, her love of the outdoors has steered her towards enameling, a medium that allows for the use of colors in a way that more closely captures the essence of the objects that inspire her.
The torch method enables her to manipulate these colors into fine lusters, and she often embellishes her pieces with her signature use of pearls. While her pieces, often castings of organic matter such as sea urchins, leaves, and shells, have an ethereal quality, they also possess strength and substance.
T. Kahres jewelry combines exquisite craftsmanship with the eye of a natural artist. Each piece has been meticulously crafted like a small sculpture and truly stands alone.
To buy, go to tkahres.etsy.com