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Shinola has collaborated with New York–based Pamela Love on its first jewelry collection

Is Shinola, Detroit’s homegrown maker of everything from bicycles to leather bags, now a girl’s best friend? Yes, if its latest covetable accessories are any indication. 

Buckle bracelet in 14-karat yellow gold, $8,000, SHINOLA, shinola.com.

The brand takes its first foray into fine jewelry with a collection designed by the New York–based Pamela Love, a CFDA winner known for her intricate, refined baubles.

Statement signet ring in 14-karat yellow gold with opal, $2,800, SHINOLA, shinola.com.

Precious stones like tiger’s eye, opal and diamonds embellish the line’s sterling silver and 14-karat gold pieces, from hoop earrings to signet rings to buckle cuffs.

Small lug earrings in 14-karat yellow gold, $1,200, SHINOLA, shinola.com.

 

“I’m always drawn to things that are forward thinking but nod to the past,” Love says of the collaboration. “I think that’s something that Shinola does very well.”

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