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carrie weston

by Grace Bonney

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i feel like i’ve mentioned jewelry designer, carrie weston before but just in case, i wanted to post her work again. it’s so lovely. simple, unique and perfect for little gifts for friends and loved ones. the necklace is adorable. you can find her work (in silver) at the museum of contemp art san diego and fred segal but, if anyone knows of other retailers, please let me know, i think carrie’s site is down…

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  • carrieweston.com is up (finally!)

    Also her work is carried here:

    Nina @ Fred Segal
    420 Broadway
    Santa Monica
    310.458.8820

    Dyan et Selima
    1511 B Montana Avenue
    Santa Monica
    310.458.0188

    American Rag, LA
    SouthLa Brea AVe.
    Los Angeles, CA
    323.932.5686

    Vamp
    2841 Hyperion AVenue
    {Silverlake area}
    Los Angeles
    323.662.1150

    San Diego:
    MCA Store
    LA Jolla
    858.454.3541

    Jaqueline Talbot
    1321 Pine STreet
    San Francisco, CA 94109
    415.776.1321

    American Rag, SF
    1305 Van Ness Ave,
    San Francisco, 94109
    (415) 474-5214

    ARIZONA
    Moments
    Phoenix, AZ
    602.840.8905

    CHICAGO
    MCA Chicago Store,
    Chicago, Il
    312.280.2660

  • I recieved the “bling diamond” necklace for a wedding gift…it was one of the most memorable gifts I had recieved!!!

  • Have you had any contact from Carrie Weston? I’m trying to get in touch with her as I purchased a pair of earrings and they have broken twice, once within 3 months of purchase adn twice within a year. I have emailed all addresses on her site and have had no reply.

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