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Bohemian inspired, the Moonlight Draping Station necklace by Alexis Bittar features strands of Shell Pearl, Green Fluorite, and Aqua Crackle Glass encased inside Antiqued Rhodium and Gold Tone frames with Crystal accents. Gold Vermeil, Crystals, Aqua Crackle Glass, Green Fluorite, Shell Pearl, Antiques Rhodium. 28" Drop. Alexis Bittar. Using Lucite and semi-precious stones and metals, native New Yorker Alexis Bittar began selling handmade pieces on the streets of Soho. In 1992, Dawn Mello, the fashion director of Bergdorf Goodman agreed to carry his designs, followed by Saks Fifth Avenue and The Museum of Modern Art. In 1998, Bittar launched the first of what would become many designer collaborations, working with Burberry, the British luxury fashion house. Bittar designed Burberry's first Ready-to-wear jewelry collection, interpreting their trademark plaid onto Lucite. Subsequent collaborations include legendary stylist and costume designer Patricia Field for Sex and the City, Estee Lauder, Jeremy Scott, Michael Angel, and Phillip Lim. In 2004, the first Alexis Bittar boutique opened on Broome Street in New York City. In 2010 Alexis Bittar was given the CFDA Accessories Designer of the Year Award. HUB Clothing has been a stockist of Alexis Bittar since 2011. Color: metallic


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