Kate Seton is an LA based jewelry designer with some gorgeous pieces coming our way. Sophisticated, edgy and one of a kind, just like her. Oliver and Dashiell are the middle names of her two adorable sons and so you could only guess that each piece is made with love. We are giving you the inside scoop on this up and coming designer. To contact her hit her up at email@example.com and she can tell you what's currently on the design table.
Who is your style icon?
Kate Moss. I know, rather obvious given her nonchalant rocker chic, but what I find most appealing is that she owns whatever she wears, regardless if it's last night's mascara, cut-offs or skinny jeans. She's a fashion maverick who oozes confidence that never goes out of style.
What's playing on your iPod?
Angus and Julia stone, Florence and the Machine, Temper Trap, She & Him
What is the one item in your closet you cannot live without?
White spaghetti strap tanks and tissue weight white v-necks (they are equally essential in my wardrobe). Perfect for layering and are blank canvases for accessories.
Kain Label at Shopbop
Where is your favorite place in the world?
Any cozy cafe in the 6th arrondissement, Paris OR any spot on the south island of New Zealand - it's raw and absolutely stunning!
Image by Roboppy on Flickr
What are you obsessing about owning right now?
Hermes cape cod watch double in taupe - I still use a watch and not my phone to tell the time.
What is the most used item in your makeup bag?
Shu Uemura eyelash curler
What is your favorite neighborhood restaurant?
Dominicks - West Hollywood - perfect outdoor patio with cozy fireplaces. The must have cocktail is the Moscow Mule.
What is your necessary extravagance?
Baths and Indian Jasmine candles by Red Flower.
How do you define perfect happiness?
I can't define it, but I can try to describe it. It's those still moments where I find myself smiling because I realize I'm present - whether with the kids, or at the beach or even in traffic. It's like flying downhill on a bike, with the wind blowing in your face and not a care in the world. Or any time I have the urge to squeal, "Whee!" It's a feeling so good we spend so much of our time pursuing it.
Photo by Anna Verlet