HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS. Make everyone on your list smile.
Photography: Jackie Friel, Style Squad
Stylist: Kathryn Mademann, Style SquadMakeup: Johanna DeAngelo, Style Squad
Hair: Sarah Rodriguez of Charleston Hair & Makeup
Models: Mike, Beth and Winslow Huth, Carolyn Venagel
Special thanks to Old Town Bluffton Inn for letting us shoot at their beautiful location, to Forsythe Jewelers for sharing their fine jewelry, and to Bob Craig and Philip Caposela for bringing their vintage cars for the occasion.
FORSYTHE JEWELERS PUTS FOCUS ON DESIGNERS
Hilton Head Island’s trusted source for designer jewelry, Forsythe Jewelers has been in Sea Pines Center since its inception in the 1980s. Since the beginning, owner Andrea Bragg said, the shop has focused on the top names in design.
“Some jewelry stores are more private labels, but we’ve gone the designer way,” she said. “The designers are names that people know and trust. They may not know Andrea Bragg or Forsythe Jewelers, but they know Roberto Coin and David Yurman. These are the top designers, the most well-known that you find at fine jewelry boutiques.”
For over 37 years, Forsythe Jewelers has been refining the term “relaxed luxury.” It’s a phrase that doesn’t seem, at first, to make a lot of sense — but those who have experienced the world-class designer jewelry and service offered at Forsythe know that the term perfectly describes the store’s core.
HERITAGE FINE JEWELRY PUTS ITS HEART — AND FAMILY — INTO CRAFTING PERFECT PIECES.
Since the beginning of time, ancient civilizations have been using shells, stones and other items like bones to carefully craft meaningful jewelry and decorative accessories. With the development of metal-working, jewelry became an art form that speaks to the heart, delighting wearers.