We know we’re not the only ones that strive to achieve the effortlessly chic and polished look of Hollywood greats like Jackie O and Audrey Hepburn. Fortunately, Kenneth Jay Lane has designed a remarkable jewelry collection inspired by these style icons. Read on for some of our favorite pieces that will help you recreate the timeless looks but reflect your own signature style.
Never underestimate the power of tassel jewelry. Rock a white-on-white or black-on-black ensemble with this gorgeous tassel necklace. The turquoise-color beading and eye-catching design will certainly take your look to the next level – in true Audrey and Jackie O style.
If you love the textured look, add this beaded tassel necklace to your collection. Stick with the black or white color scheme, or liven up your outfit with coral or lapis accents that really pack the punch. Which style is your favorite?
Brighten up your warm-weather ensembles with statement pieces that are especially fitting for springtime. While we wouldn’t recommend wearing these KJL pieces together, we think they make picture-perfect separates.
The luscious color, frothy shimmer and comfy fit of the Deco bangle bracelet will freshen up any look from a dressier ensemble to a more casual T-shirt and jeans combo. Say hello to a tropical vay-cay on your wrist – the turquoise and coral accents are timeless yet on trend for the season.
Nothing says high drama more than this leopard brooch. The effervescent crystals are the perfect statement piece to add to an all-denim look or to play up your whites. Keep other accessories to a minimum and let this ring steal the show just like Jackie O and Audrey Hepburn.
Pops of Color
Don these cool and retro hoop earrings with just about any outfit – a trendier take on classic hoops, these will become a staple in your accessories collection this spring. Which striking color will you pick – white, black, turquoise or coral?
Everyone needs a bold and bright bangle in their jewelry box. This eclectic stretch bracelet can be worn with casual outfits and dressier ensembles for a look that is anything but basic.
What signature looks of Audrey Hepburn and Jackie O’s have you tried to recreate?