Ines Di Santo's 2019 Jewelry Collection

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Ines Di Santo's 2019 Jewelry Collection

The famous international fashion designer Ines Di Santo, launched her first full-fledged accessories collection, that is both architectural and awe-inspiriting and designed for brides and beyond. This is just one of the many special aspects of Ines Di Santo's ever-expanding, international business that has garnered an eager client base of brides and celebrities from around the world.


The line was inspired by a visit to the MET where Ines was captivated by a bronze caged bird sculpture in the Heavenly Bodies exhibit. At the time she was in the process of working on her Fall 2019 collection - A Modern Fairytale.  The team set out to find a partner that could bring her ideas and designs to life. They found that partner in Ciner, a 125-year-old New York City family business known for its beautiful work and attention to detail. Together, they set out to tell a new tale- one where birds are free of their cages and stories are created from surprises layered into the pieces .

Inspired by the iconic Norse fairy tale “EAST OF THE SUN; WEST OF THE MOON,” the magical collection was designed for brides and beyond - jewels for brides on their wedding day and jewels that can be worn time and time again long afterwards, lending that unexpected touch to even the simplest outfits.


The handmade jewelry is intricately executed in 18k gold plate and rhodium featuring ornate birdcages, sculptural flower petals, feathers, bows and bird motifs and detailed with pavé stones, antique glass flower petals, illuminating rhinestone and pearlized enamel accents. All creations are executed an a range of exquisite rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces and egg-shaped minaudières (just big enough for a tube of lipstick). Pops of color dance across the collection in beautiful shades of rosy reds, pink champagnes, soft lavenders, light dusty greens and soft blues. The colors are intended to echo the colors in the sky.

Created in partnership with CINER, a 125-year-old New York family business known for its attention to detail and handcrafted designs, the jewelry has resulted in conversation pieces that help tell a modern fairytale befitting of the Ines Di Santo woman.