New York, NY (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Doyle & Doyle celebrated the launch of THE VAULT (an ongoing series of exhibitions of curated collections around a theme) with an opening/press preview on February 5th. Attendees included: Lynn Yaeger, Elizabeth Doyle, Irene Pamela Doyle, Sally Singer, Rickie De Sole, Michael Musto, Keegan Singh, Sofía Sanchez Barrenechea.
THE VAULT event series will be available to the public for a limited time at its Meatpacking District flagship (412 West 13th Street) and thereafter archived in digital format on the brand’s website. “A Life Adorned: Lavish Accessories” is the debut exhibit co-curated by fashion journalist and antique jewelry collector Lynn Yaeger, and will be open to the public from February 6th through 14th. The exhibit features lavish objects from Victorian times to the 1970s – such as compacts, bejeweled purses & minaudieres, perfume bottles, lorgnettes, pill boxes, ornate hair pins and parasols on loan from several collections as well as the collection of Doyle & Doyle. For more information about the exhibit, visit the Doyle & Doyle blog (http://www.doyledoyle.com/blog/TheVault1).
About Doyle & Doyle
Founded in 1998 by sisters Elizabeth and Irene Pamela Doyle, Doyle & Doyle showcases a curated collection that mixes edgy elegance with glamour, beauty, and sentimentality of vintage and antique jewelry. Each piece is hand selected by Elizabeth Doyle for its rarity, craftsmanship and the beauty of its design. This is jewelry that is meant to be worn and enjoyed, not kept hidden away in a jewelry box. The store’s contemporary in-house line is an extension that grows out of their work with fine antique and period pieces. Doyle & Doyle also serves as a resource for the community and is committed to education about jewelry history and design. Led by the Doyles’ lifelong love of history, Doyle & Doyle is always inspired by the past while keeping firmly in the present. Doyle & Doyle invites you to discover their boutique and the full jewelry collection in person at 412 West 13th Street, New York City, or online at http://www.doyledoyle.com.