(PRWEB) December 12, 2009
From participating in art festivals to gifting celebrities at Fashion Week, Gloria Bass of Vintage Glo Designs is a fast moving jewelry designer who waits for no one. Just within the last month, Bass has introduced her jewelry to Tori Spelling, Romi Dames, Jane Park Smith (Ms. America and Miss Asian America), Rachel Ashwell (Shabby Chic ), and more. And like everyone who lays eyes on the exquisite vintage-inspired jewelry, they fall in love with Vintage Glo immediately.
December 10, 2009, Vintage Glo was featured at EM & Co’s West 3rd Street Annual Holiday Party. Local LA shoppers looking for that one-of-a-kind gift found Vintage Glo to be the perfect choice. Other designers featured at the event were Micha Design, Lisa Soltis, Tatiana, and re-worked vintage clothing from Stella Neptune. The event took place on West 3rd Street just off of Fairfax in Los Angeles nestled between West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and The Farmers Market. West 3rd Street is a shopping and dining experience unlike any other in Los Angeles. Each store and restaurant offers an exciting and unique vision, making West Third one of the most high quality and well-edited collections of merchandise and fine food anywhere in the city.
Vintage Glo was recently featured in several fashion editorials, including the December 2009 Holiday Issue of Agenda Magazine (http://www.agendamag.com) and Bass’ jewelry is also the editor’s choice for holiday gifts. Other fashion writers have found their way to her jewelry too.
“Once I saw her stuff I fell in love! I loved the idea of taking something old and making it into something new . . . How green and how fashionable.” — Gaffer Dash, Leader of Style, Blogger—
Gloria Bass is a self-taught designer who is passionate about what she does. And what is that exactly? Bass is an avid collector of antiques. And if you saw her charming antique-filled home, you’d understand exactly what drives her passion. She combs estate sales, flea markets, garage sales, and thrift stores. She hand picks exclusive vintage items just to use in her ‘vintage-funk’ inspired rosaries, necklaces, bracelets, rings, chokers and accessories.
“My love for antiques began when I was 10 years old. My best friend lived in a 3000 sq. foot Victorian House with a wrap around porch and fine antique furnishings inside. I loved that house as a child and cherish the memories. I have been decorating my home with antique furnishings and trinkets for the last 19 years. Unfortunately, I had to stop shopping at some point before my home started to look like a museum. It was 4 years ago when friend Jewelry Designer, Tami Hichman of Relics, (http://www.relicsbytami.com), was my inspiration to start designing jewelry. I especially fell in love with her rosaries!” —Gloria Bass—
Vintage Glo is a unique jewelry line that complements any woman’s personal style. It’s fresh and hip. But most of all . . . it’s green! And what does that mean exactly? She’s taking something old and making it new. She’s not mass producing—she’s hand making; she’s not gauging her customers—she’s making it affordable for all. Gloria Bass’ conscientious designing, her flair for style, and meticulous craftsmanship, all help to create what is rapidly becoming the obvious fashion choice for the trendy, as well as the more conservative shopper. Let Vintage Glo be your gift choice for this holiday season. Be sure to check out the jewelry online at http://www.vintageglo.com.
Vintage Glo Designs is a vintage-inspired jewelry line created by Gloria Bass. Celebrities like Adrianne Curry, Alice Greczyn, Julia Anderson, Gloria Loring, Jodi Sweetin, Tori Spelling, Lauren Conrad, Romi Dames, and more have worn Vintage Glo. Gloria Bass takes vintage items and re-purposes them by creating her affordable, one-of-a-kind designs. Her jewelry is sold online and at specialty boutiques. Visit http://www.vintageglo.com for more information.
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