The Styleliner, the world’s first treasure chest on wheels, is a mobile accessories boutique offering limited pieces, hand-picked by The Styleliner’s creator Joey Wölffer. The Styleliner first debuted in JUNE 2010, as a destination for one-of-a-kind accessories from a host of international designers. Today they have a nationwide following who appreciate the hand-picked, high quality designs.
Joey Wolffër is the owner and founder of The Styleliner. Beginning her fashion career as jewelry designer at Meems LTD and Nine West, she also served as Trend Director for Jones Apparel Group before turning back to her more entrepreneurial roots. In 2010, Joey launched the Styleliner, the first-ever mobile, luxury treasure chest on wheels. Through the Styleliner, Joey shares her one of a kind finds with her customers, giving them a taste of the chic bohemia lifestyle that she so loves. Most recently, Joey debuted her eponymous collection of handbags combining beautiful Italian leathers with hand-woven straps and rare embellishments from around the world. When not aboard the Styleliner, Joey loves traveling, riding her horse and spending time with her husband, Max.
Originally from Boston, Esme Yozell ventured further afield to complete an Art History degree at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. She returned to the USA to join the Styleliner team in 2013. Esme accompanies Joey on her Styleliner adventures, as well as maintaining web, product, and sanity at their behind the scenes office in Brooklyn. When her feet touch the ground, it’s all about yoga and what’s for dinner.
New York Native and purebred entrepreneur, Joey Wölffer created the Styleliner in June 0f 2009. Prior to the Styleliner, Wölffer began her career as a jewelry designer for Meems LTD, providing accessories for several High Street stores in the UK and later became a jewelry designer for Nine West as well as Trend Director for all of Jones Apparel Group. Wanting to take her career to the next level, but not wanting to open a conventional boutique, Joey became a pioneer in the world of mobile accessories. Following in the footsteps of her maternal great-great-grandfather who started one of today’s leading retailers in the UK, Marks and Spencer and her father whose legacy remains in Wölffer Estate Vineyard and Stable on the South Shore of Long Island, Joey is proving that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Joey travels the world finding limited-edition pieces that she then curates aboard the Styleliner, creating a unique shopping experience. While Joey loves a good globetrot, her favorite days are still spent riding her horse and laughing at her Jack Russell/Chihuahua, Chili P with her husband Max.
Having been raised in a multi-cultural home with both Egyptian and American parents, Jacquie's distinctive style was born. It is the unlikely combination of these two richly storied heritages that creates her signature aesthetic. The merging of Native American turquoise relics, fossils and precious gemstones, with the Middle Eastern influences of hammered gold, amulets and goddess imagery, is what drives Jacquie's design philosophy. Jacquie Aiche designs, much like the woman herself, are the sartorial embodiment of ethereal ease...with a just hint of rebellion.
Diana and Julien, a husband and wife team are behind b l ^ n k. Delicately crafted accessories, exquisite party wear and crafted complementary daywear pieces all subtly displays the b l ^ n k "dreamscape". Its base inspiration is drawn from 1920's Hollywood heydays (think the Great Gatsby by Scott Fitzgerald), but merges it with contemporary wit and finally adds a dose of realism to aim at the perfect balance between wear ability and desire.
Conceived in London and made in Italy, Barbara Bonner creates ultra-luxe handbags that celebrate the archetypical strong woman who inspires her – the image of a sensual and empowered female who has been omnipresent since the brand’s inception. Barbara Bonner bags are more than just a bag; they are a fashion statement in their own right. Created using amazing skins and ultra long fringes, Barbara looks for innovation in every inch of her materials, producing exquisite and extraordinary pieces.
A unique luxury accessories brand designed by couple Euan McDonald and Lesley Silwood. Pieces are handmade in Delhi by a group of artisans they have been working with for years. Buba's brightly adorned pieces are inspired by a combination of traditional and modern elements – a multicultural extravaganza. Tribal, ethnic designs reinterpreted, mixed with classical elements offset with bright neon flashes from legendary Goa parties and long Ibiza summers with a distinctly 'London' twist and freedom.
Founded in 2006 by designer Catherine De Groote, CATHs has rapidly grown and is known for its eclectic and unique designs. Inspired by natural materials like horn, bone and wood, her vision is to create jewelry that has character and imagination. CATHs designs express personality and emotion by a blend of tribal and metropolitan aesthetic and the interesting mix of ethnic and urban culture.
Dimitris Dassios draws his inspiration from the deep tradition of Greek Culture. Authentic materials, antique fabrics and hand-crafted originals are all carefully brought together with contemporary elements like leathers and denim to create a unique accessory.
Didi Mylne, the designer behind the label, works with semi precious gemstones, mainly from the quartz family. Favorite pieces include rainbow moonstones and labradorite set into oxidized silver or rose gold vermeil alongside smoky quartz and amethyst. All of these unique elements fuse to create a contemporary, eclectic collection of embellished, rough gems.
Founded by couple Eleni and Thanasis Dimitraidis in 1983, Athens based Art Wear Dimitriadis specializes in handmade jewelry. Swarovski crystal, stones, pearls, beads, leather and feathers are only a small part of the materials used in the process of converting their inspiration into a piece of jewelry. Eleni's greatest source of inspiration has always been art. She confesses her admiration for art from Baroque to modern and futuristic renditions.
Forest of Chintz is a luxury jewelry and accessory label founded by Sumangali Gada and Nitai Mehta, previously of Adity, one of India’s oldest fashion houses. Traditional eastern embroidery techniques combined with fun and modern design are stand out characteristics with this vibrant line. We look to Forest of Chintz to adorn ourselves with their incredible statement pieces.
Holst + Lee was founded by Creative Director Natalie Holst in New York City in 2012. Each season the collections evolve and draw inspiration from a wide range of unexpected characters and cultures – Natalie continuously innovates using unique materials such as colorful climbing rope, metallic thread, brass findings, raffia and leather tassels and her now signature magnetic clasp.
Jolita Jewellery is a selection of lovingly handmade bold statement pieces meticulously crafted with a great attention to detail by Lithuanian designer Algis Abromaitis. Algis is inspired by his visits to museums, history and mythology. He likes incorporating unusual items in his jewelry, so he is always on the look out for something a bit strange or things that others tend to overlook.
Caroline and François Xavier created KMO PARIS in 2002. The meaning of KMO comes from a river located in the city of Kyoto, Japan, where Francois Xavier asked Caroline to marry him. KMO uniquely incorporates technology into the way they make their jewelry. Each jewelry piece is made with Kamelit, a KMO patent using genuine silver powder and an unlimited range of colored polyester-resins, providing unique colors and shades. Base metals are manufactured in magnesium-AL, another KMO innovation, which allows the jewelry to be extremely lightweight.
Designed in Germany and produced in Italy, Loup Noir is the vision of Jens Heimerdinger and Sascha Freyberg. Loup Noir pieces are distinguished by great quality craftsmanship, respect for the materials used and artistic inspiration. With it, Loup Noir combines modern graphic elements, historical drafts and current color combinations with great success. The scarf collection shows the typical Loup Noir bold motifs on cashmere and silk blends.
Parisian born Catherine Parra is known for her colorful and offbeat look. Catherine Parra gradually became a brand in its own right, with exclusively designed, quality handcrafted pieces. In 2003, Catherine moved to Barcelona, allowing her to deepen her knowledge of manufacturing in Spanish leather goods workshops. Every winter season we look to Parra for her cozy and colorful fur pieces.
Each piece of Katerina Psoma’s jewelry is unique, handmade and limited in edition. Katerina started her first collection based upon various findings from personal travels, and that collector’s philosophy has defined the brand’s ethos. She explains, “I source and collect materials from all over the world each year, from Italy to India, and I bring them back to my studio in Athens where every piece is hand-linked. It is the harmony and balance between those different materials that leads me when I am creating a piece.”
Run by sister duo Laetitia Stanfield and Selina McPherson, ROARKE New York creates fresh, new jewelry designs that are strikingly unique. Since 2009 ROARKE New York has blossomed into a vibrant and colorful marketplace for their original scarf necklaces and other textile accessories. Textures and patterns are influenced by inspirational trips to destinations around the globe, as well as their Parisian and New York heritage. Whether spending the day in a white shirt and jeans, or an evening in a little black dress, ROARKE New York jewelry is the perfect, chic accent. All pieces are designed in New York and hand beaded by communities of extremely talented artists in India.
Treasures Design is a Dutch label founded in 2006 by Julie Coste. Strongly influenced by traditional art, exotic cultures, and the bohemian lifestyle, their styles are designed in the Netherlands and crafted in collaboration with talented artisans. They are a timeless staple that adds a bohemian element to any outfit., and we continue to carry their suede scarves year after year.
Anita Quansah London jewelries are strong statements, designed with the articulated armour like look in mind. Each piece is a curation of varying mix of unexpected elements, materials and textiles, all assembled together with many strong stories weaved into them, which is the key signature of the brand. Anita's childhood in Nigeria exposed her to many experiences, rich diverse cultures, and skills, which have inspired the designer to create her very own unique creations of bespoke, one of a kind embroidered wearable art. Fusing together many unusual skills, which she had acquired from her late grandmother, a renowned seamstress and designer of her time.
Founded in 2008 by designer Cheung Lik, Wear and Tear created jewelry with a beautiful juxtaposition of modern design and tactile textures. Hand crafted techniques, such as crochet chain combined with stimulating color, are at the core essence of the brand.
Jacey Withers' ethereal jewelry is bold in design with a highly sophisticated use of colorful semi-precious stones. His work is inspired by classic mythology, film, museum and the edge of nature. His strong trademark is the innovative use of plating techniques used to pattern precious metal with gold, black gold and silver creating distinctive markings.
Spanish jewelry designer Cristina Zazo is known for completely original pieces of jewelry with both a modern and timeless sense. Her inspiration comes from art, vintage jewelry and plant and animal forms. All the jewelry components are carved and handcrafted meticulously by the designer herself, in a highly artisanal manner.