Tuesday, July 19th, 2011...8:55 am

Highlights from Renegade

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The weekend before last, I spent most of my Sunday at Renegade Craft Fair, and I did not come home empty handed. This was my fourth Renegade (last year I made it to Austin, SF and SF Holiday), and it seemed this time that the selection of sellers was more well-curated than ever, with less product repeats and more great-quality design. So I had to give a shout-out to my favorite finds of the day! Clockwise from top left:

  • Stone & Honey This brass triangle necklace was a steal for $25 or so — it’s so delicate and lovely on. It will definitely be a staple. Check out the rest of Stone & Honey’s Spring 2011 collection, it’s beautiful!
  • Mikinora This line makes some lovely alternatives to your basic studs, which is right up my alley. These gold windmills were about $20 and add a perfect dress-up of shininess while still keeping it simple.
  • Early Jewelry I buy something new from Kylie everytime I see her for a show, but her pieces are particularly special now that she’s phasing her line out of production — a sad day for many of us! I love these effortless¬†wire dangles, $20. (I got a necklace from her too, not pictured!)
  • heyday design Claire Madill is so sweet! She¬†had a perfectly branded both, themed around her tagline “modern porcelain with a vintage beat.” I really love these white porcelain earrings ($30), and assuming I see her at a show again, I’ll probably go for one of her bigger styles next time.

I also got art prints from Slide Sideways, Gangs of San Francisco and Eros Inc.

Thanks for another awesome show, Renegade!

2 Comments

  • These are beautiful pieces of jewlery. However, I am partial to Stone & Honey because they are based in one of my favorite cities. I live in NYC, do you know of any craft fair listings on the East Coast? Thanks!

  • I am so glad I am keeping up with your blog or I never would have know about Early Jewelry! I am so sad to hear she is phasing out the line.

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