Featured in the June 2013 of People Style Watch, our Multi Stone Cocktail Ring ($48).
Featured in TechCrunch.com, March 2013.
Featured on Next Web, August 2011.
A feature from Pandodaily.com, November 2012.
StyleBistro.com makes Mother’s Day recommendations and says this about Chloe + Isabel’s Layered Leaves Petite Necklace ($42) “For a sparkly mom who loves a pretty piece of jewelry, here’s a just-this-side-of-ordinary necklace that’ll look beautiful with any neckline—and won’t break the bank! Plus, if you can’t decide between silver, pewter, gold or sparkles, this Chloe + Isabel creation has a little bit of everything.”
Our Multi Deco Stone Collar Necklace ($168), featured in the May issue of Atlanta Magazine, highlighting the 1920s style trend in anticipation of the Great Gatsby movie! “Influenced by skyscrapers, art deco, and even art nouveau, the baubles of the time featured floral motifs, lace patterns, and intricate beading. Tiffany & Co., which provided the jewelry for Luhrmann’s film, is releasing a Ziegfeld collection of pieces inspired by the company’s archival designs from the 1920s.”
Featured in the April 2013 issue of Redbook. The editors recreate Lauren Conrad’s spring style with our chic Oversized Smooth Metal Ring ($28).
The ever-so-stylish blogger Honey & Silk was spotlighted on the Lucky Magazine homepage today for her outstanding styling of our Layered Scales Metal Necklace ($98) and Metal Twist Stretch Bracelet ($48). She pairs her metal jewels with this andro-minimalist Thakoon dress, Zara heels, and thrifted rings. (Click through the images to see more.) The best part is—she raves about our Merchandiser Opportunity and recommends it for all the budding fashion-loving entrepreneurs out there.
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In honor of National Women’s Day (today), c+i founder/CEO Chantel Waterbury was invited to join Rebecca Jarvis on CBS News to talk about Chloe + Isabel—what inspired Chantel to start the company and what the company’s mission is. Click to watch.