The Line Style in Context

The Line is a modern and personal approach to retail. We bring together carefully chosen fashion, home, and beauty items and place them in context through inspiring editorial features and intimate offline shopping experiences. The thematic, seasonal, and handpicked assortments we call Selections offer another way to explore our evolving edit of things you’ll wear, use, and treasure for years to come.

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Jewelry’s Shape Shift:
The New Look of Now—To Wear Forever

by Rebecca Johnson
Photographed by Hanna Tveite and Marta Caro

The most alluring jewelry feels startlingly fresh, yet deeply personal, endowed with an innate and elusive quality that travels across decades: timeless, striking, special. Our pull to them is instinctive. You don’t have to know, for example, the photograph of Lucy Ferry that inspired Sophie Buhai’s Mapplethorpe Cuff to appreciate the stunning appearance of its stacked silver bangle design, elegant armor with true staying power. No need to question, either, the simultaneous refined and rebellious cool of Buhai’s chain bracelet: an updated take on a perennial favorite, made to withstand wear, tear, and fleeting trends.

Fine jewelry by CVC Stones. Available at The Line.
Tenfold Marble Ring Box, Tenfold Marble Vanity Box, CVC Stones rings

Drawing on materials rare, natural, and precious, the pieces we genuinely treasure are those that manage to harness desire into something tangible, transforming classic elements and organic forms into sculptural objects. A humble but extraordinary pebble plucked from the beach becomes the setting for a diamond in a distinctive and spectacular ring by CVC Stones. This is the essence of jewelry’s quiet shape-shift, a constant evolution of design, an endless reinventing of the wheel. More than any other arena in fashion, jewelry acknowledges our primeval senses and turns them into practical, wearable adornment.

What’s more modern than something you want to keep forever?
Fine jewelry by Sophie Buhai. Available at The Line.

These are the pieces we are meant to collect, to care for in vessels equally crafted and individual, permanent and strong. That sea pebble ring inhabits Tenfold New York’s marble vanity, a circle within a circle. Store a silver snake cuff in a gleaming reflective box by Antique Mirrors. Tahitian pearl earrings by Sophie Bille Brahe, variously inspired by Picasso, and by Cleopatra’s alleged habit of crushing and drinking her own earrings, rest in the palm of a dusky-edged mother-of-pearl dish by Cedes Milano. The Egyptian ruler consumed her jewelry, the story goes, to save her country—but we prefer to hold onto our own favorite designs. Like oyster to shell, beloved bracelets and earrings find their perfect container in matching materials, to be worn for the ages.

Sophie Buhai Mapplethorpe Cuff, Sophie Buhai Pearl Snake Cuff, Sophie Buhai Classic Chain Bracelet, Tenfold box

Lighting Design Max Bernetz
Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Rita Marmor at Streeters
Makeup Stevie Huynh at Bryant Artists
Model Mali Koopman

Jewelry’s Shape Shift: The New Look of Now—To Wear Forever

Jewelry’s Shape Shift:
The New Look of Now—To Wear Forever

by Rebecca Johnson
Photographed by Hanna Tveite and Marta Caro

The most alluring jewelry feels startlingly fresh, yet deeply personal, endowed with an innate and elusive quality that travels across decades: timeless, striking, special. Our pull to them is instinctive. You don’t have to know, for example, the photograph of Lucy Ferry that inspired Sophie Buhai’s Mapplethorpe Cuff to appreciate the stunning appearance of its stacked silver bangle design, elegant armor with true staying power. No need to question, either, the simultaneous refined and rebellious cool of Buhai’s chain bracelet: an updated take on a perennial favorite, made to withstand wear, tear, and fleeting trends.

Fine jewelry by CVC Stones. Available at The Line.
Tenfold Marble Ring Box, Tenfold Marble Vanity Box, CVC Stones rings

Drawing on materials rare, natural, and precious, the pieces we genuinely treasure are those that manage to harness desire into something tangible, transforming classic elements and organic forms into sculptural objects. A humble but extraordinary pebble plucked from the beach becomes the setting for a diamond in a distinctive and spectacular ring by CVC Stones. This is the essence of jewelry’s quiet shape-shift, a constant evolution of design, an endless reinventing of the wheel. More than any other arena in fashion, jewelry acknowledges our primeval senses and turns them into practical, wearable adornment.

What’s more modern than something you want to keep forever?
Fine jewelry by Sophie Buhai. Available at The Line.

These are the pieces we are meant to collect, to care for in vessels equally crafted and individual, permanent and strong. That sea pebble ring inhabits Tenfold New York’s marble vanity, a circle within a circle. Store a silver snake cuff in a gleaming reflective box by Antique Mirrors. Tahitian pearl earrings by Sophie Bille Brahe, variously inspired by Picasso, and by Cleopatra’s alleged habit of crushing and drinking her own earrings, rest in the palm of a dusky-edged mother-of-pearl dish by Cedes Milano. The Egyptian ruler consumed her jewelry, the story goes, to save her country—but we prefer to hold onto our own favorite designs. Like oyster to shell, beloved bracelets and earrings find their perfect container in matching materials, to be worn for the ages.

Sophie Buhai Mapplethorpe Cuff, Sophie Buhai Pearl Snake Cuff, Sophie Buhai Classic Chain Bracelet, Tenfold box

Lighting Design Max Bernetz
Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Rita Marmor at Streeters
Makeup Stevie Huynh at Bryant Artists
Model Mali Koopman