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New York-based accessory company Aether 79 has announced plans for “Collection II,” made up of crystal and gold jewelry, all of which uniquely blends the metaphysical vibe and power of crystals with street-inspired style. In an addition to the necklaces Aether 79 launched the label with, new offerings include chokers and bracelets, as well as an expanded catalog of rough crystals, including rose quartz, black tourmaline and blue Kyanite. The launch of the new line is accompanied by a lookbook, shot in Harlem on 35 mm film. Perfectly capturing the the label’s sexy, sultry vibe, the pieces were modeled by Bronx MC Tray Pizzy, model and DJ Odalys and r&b singer Raina Rich. Read the full Snobette feature HERE.
FEATURES: STUFF FLY PEOPLE LIKE - AETHER 79 RELEASES COLLECTION II LOOKBOOK FEATURING RAPPER TRAY PIZZY & MORE
Just in time for the holidays, jewelry brand Æther 79 releases the lookbook for its “Collection II,” featuring Bronx Emcee, Tray Pizzy, Model/DJ Odalys, and R&B Singer RainaRich. Shot on location in Central Harlem on 35mm film, the trio adorn precious gemstones and crystals paired with classic yellow gold chains. Read the full Stuff Fly People Like feature HERE.
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A veteran of the music industry, Christina “cK” Outlaw made the decision to expand her creative horizons and did so through the launch of accessory label Aether 79 two years ago. Inspired by a long held fascination with crystals and their healing properties, along with an appreciation for iconic urban fashion, Outlaw’s pieces in many ways parallel modern music and fashion in that they’re a mash up of ’90s and ’00s creative approaches that existed in the same time and space but occupied very different lanes. The aesthetic is not unlike a modern day merger of, say, De La Soul and LL Cool J, both of which charted in ’89, and yet at that time were miles apart in terms of their approach, look and feel. Because of her music background, which included time spent...