New Jewellery Collections from J.Crew, Tiffany and Ke$ha

Coming soon: new summer accessories from an unlikely, yet intriguing, trio

Lulu Frost for J.Crew; Photo Courtesy of Lulu Frost

Lulu Frost for J.Crew

Lulu Frost for J.Crew

Lulu Frost for J.Crew


Jewellery designer Lulu Frost, who recently debuted a collection of Great Gatsby-inspired art deco costume jewellery, will soon release her new summer line with J.Crew. Frost has collaborated with the brand for several years now, always creating knockout pieces such as this season’s tribal-esque statement necklaces and earrings in vibrant shades of teal and yellow—hues we love for summer. The new line will be available in stores May 20 with prices starting at $98.

Tiffany's Great Gatsby Headband; Photo Courtesy of Tiffany's Facebook

Tiffany’s Great Gatsby headband, seen in the film; Photo Courtesy of Tiffany’s Facebook

Tiffany & Co. Ziegfeld Collection pearl tassel necklace, $1,300, Daisy ring, $605 and pearl earrings, $495, all available at

Tiffany & Co. Ziegfeld Collection pearl tassel necklace, $1,300, Daisy ring, $605, and pearl earrings, $495,

Next up is Tiffany & Co.’s new collection of Great Gatsby-themed creations: Ziegfeld. The jazz-era designs include decadent pearl tassel necklaces, engraved black onyx rings and diamond pendants—equally at home on the neck of a flapper or the fingers of a glamorous Fifth Avenue doyenne today. The collection, which was unveiled with a series of champagne and chandelier-filled window displays at Tiffany’s in New York on Wednesday, is described as a modern interpretation of the roaring ’20s. You can also catch Tiffany’s exclusive designs for the film (a separate collection from that available in stores) when it hits theatres on May 10. And if you just happen to be a millionaire, check out the Blue Book Collection which was unveiled at a star-studded gala where Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson, Carey Mulligan and more where decked out in jewellery costing upwards of six figures.


Photo Courtesy of Kesha's Instagram

Photo Courtesy of Kesha’s Instagram

Kesha, the eccentric songstress behind club anthems “Tik Tok” and “Your Love is My Drug,” now dabbles in jewellery design. The singer unveiled a few snapshots of her new collection—a collaboration with Florida-based jewellery designer Charles Albert titled “Kesha Rose by Charles Albert”—on Instagram, teasing her fans with photos of her frolicking outdoors in some of the bohemian baubles. The line will have a hard edge with arrowheads, shark teeth and skulls—perfect for this season’s punk trend—and will be available later this summer with prices starting at an affordable $30.