LISA EISNER

A former "Vogue" editor, the L.A. jeweler, style maven, and fashion industry legend launched her handmade statement jewelry in 2014 with a Tom Ford collaboration. Resembling traditional Navajo and ‘70s artist studio designs, her pieces feature chunks of unique, hand-picked stones—giving each a talismanic allure. Whether it’s Arizona turquoise, Madeira citrine, or Oregon sunstone, her stones are typically cast in bronze—a material she uses for its striking patina and because it leaves ample room to experiment (as it’s less precious than gold).

The buy: the St. Christopher medal necklace with Wyoming black jade.

LISA EISNER

A former "Vogue" editor, the L.A. jeweler, style maven, and fashion industry legend launched her handmade statement jewelry in 2014 with a Tom Ford collaboration. Resembling traditional Navajo and ‘70s artist studio designs, her pieces feature chunks of unique, hand-picked stones—giving each a talismanic allure. Whether it’s Arizona turquoise, Madeira citrine, or Oregon sunstone, her stones are typically cast in bronze—a material she uses for its striking patina and because it leaves ample room to experiment (as it’s less precious than gold).

The buy: the St. Christopher medal necklace with Wyoming black jade.

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