We're super excited to share our recent feature in "Vanguard Seattle," an online magazine that covers arts and culture in Seattle and highlights the creative leaders and philanthropists in the Pacific Northwest. We are honored to featured in such a highly regarded magazine.
Stylish people always have known the power of wearing the right accessories. A standout piece of jewelry, the right handbag, a pop of color—these simple things can transform an ordinary look into something extraordinary, make something from your closet seem new again, or even take it from casual to knock-your-socks-off edgy.
I have become very intrigued with Favery, a jewelry and accessories company that began as a wedding-focused Pinterest board. In December 2014 Favery was purchased by former co-workers and friends, Seattle-based Dawn Austin and Sarah Hehman, a resident of California. Starting in January, the two partners relaunched Favery as a retail website that hosts jewelry and handbags from 35+ designers and includes limited edition, one-of-a-kind pieces and designs exclusive to Favery. In addition to e-commerce via the site, Favery also employs “stylists” that host Favery events as well as consult for clients on a one-on-one basis. These stylists are based everywhere from Bermuda to California, come armed with knowledge on how to wear the latest pieces with your wardrobe, and bring a personal and exclusive look at select designers’ collections. Favery’s philosophy of “social shopping” brings their distinctive designs right to the customer’s doorstep.