Han Cholo designer Brandon Schoolhouse was born and raised in Los Angeles, close to the vibrant Hollywood culture which inspired this collection of alternative rock, pop culture, and science fiction style jewelry. This collection is made of stainless steel, plated brass, and sterling silver. For the entire collection visit HanCholo.com.
The Tank MC features a self-winding 1904 MC movement designed in-house by Cartier Manufacture. The case is 18K pink gold with sapphire crystal, and semi-matte dark brown alligator-skin strap. Pick one up for $25,900 at Cartier.us.
Chopard celebrates the return of Porsche to Le Mans with this limited edition Superfast Chrono Porsche 919 edition timepiece. Features red and silver colors inspired from the Porsche 919 race car. Available in fall 2014. Pre-orders are available. The watch retails for $12,890. Pre-order it on the Chopard website.
Hublot and Dwyane Wade collaborated once more for this Classic Fusion timepiece. Features polished black ceramic with red and gold accents, coinciding with the Miami Heat colors. Also features a Dwyane Wade logo and his signature. A limited amount of these pieces will be available in coming weeks. For more information, go here.
New York jewelry brand Botanica was born out of necessity. In 2012, Botanica designer Nicole De La Paz began searching for rosaries with a Cuban link chain to represent her childhood in New York. After coming up short with extensive research, Nicole decided to make her own. The initial rosary collection by Botanica featured rosaires with either Cuban curb links or herringbone links. The collection was a hit. Botanica's "Don Eliette" collection was inspired by Nicole's father's jewelry collection. Check them out.