Arcata, CA, May 12, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- In the 1950s Jackie Kennedy was the portrait of elegant femininity. A dignified fashion icon known for her sleek suits and strands of pearls, women everywhere were drawn to her classic style and air of sophistication.
This fall, fashion is welcoming back the structured female form of the 1950s. Amid the edgy rocker looks of bright primary colors against black will be a sanctuary of soft, muted colors and tactile fabrics. This nod to classic purity and art deco is turning a tried and true classic into a trendy must-have. Surprisingly, it is pearls.
Strands of white pearls will always have their place in the jewelry boxes of women around the world, but for the fashion-forward, they weren’t a must-have, until now.
Long-time jewelry designer Holly Hosterman of Holly Yashi, located in northern California, recognizes the value and versatility in Swarovski crystal pearls. She is rapidly introducing them to her existing line as demand soars. With its garden of color possibilities and affordability, Hosterman sees a fruitful landscape for crystal pearls ahead.
“I like to add accents of Swarovski crystal beads in different sizes and shapes to my crystal pearl designs. This modernistic approach introduces a playful sensuality to the pearl of yesteryear,” Hosterman said. These designs include necklaces and bracelets in color combinations of Pink Parfait and Café-au-Lait. Temptations you won’t want to resist.
To see examples of Holly Hosterman's work visit Holly Yashi's web site: www.hollyyashi.com.