Anthropologie is supplying shoppers with yet another covetable find with their newly-unveiled collection of charms and matching necklaces, designed in collaboration with Philly's own John Wind. In our opinion, the collab is a perfect partnership; Wind's vintage-meets-modern design style is well-suited for the aesthetic of the Philly-based chain.
You'll spot Wind's love of mixed media within the charm collection, which reflects the "Grandma's jewelry box" theme of the designer's own creations for fall 2011. The flea market-chic collab for Anthropologie includes twenty different "fascinators," like fluffy feathers, natural stones, heart-shaped whistles, and wooden letters, most accented by brass hardware. Our favorite part: Prices are relatively low, ranging from $15 to $18 per piece.
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