Jewelry Designers of the Week: Landon and Heath Slane

It’s a family affair.
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When sisters Landon and Heath Slane grew weary from searching for silver jewelry that possessed the same high quality and details of the gold jewelry they loved, they decided to start designing it themselves. The Slane & Slane brand, which launched 12 years ago, is a bi-coastal endeavor (Heath is in Los Angeles and Landon is in New York) that seamlessly combines both of the women’s fashion and lifestyle backgrounds. Their jewelry designs are rooted in childhood influences, including travel, architecture and spirituality. In the latest twist on their innovative designs, they’ve been dabbling with pearls and mixed metals (e.g., the melding of 18 karat gold and sterling silver into one piece). As the collection has grown, so has their fan base. The jewelry, which ranges in price from $125 to $10,000, is available at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and more than 90 independent jewelers and specialty stores nationwide. Check out for more information.
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Layer it-the more, the better. Six Strand Pearl Necklace, $950;
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A little gold, a little silver, a little diamond … a lot of style for a new stud. Medallion Earrings, $1,350;
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Big and bold makes a statement at an affordable price. Basket Weave Ring, $175;
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Part of the Feather Collection with pearl stations-works alone or paired with something from your own stash. Sterling Silver Link Bracelet, $900;
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Chinese freshwater pearls in an interesting cascading shape. Pearl Mesh Earrings, $1,350;
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