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New York-based gift fair showcases the latest accessory trends

on Friday,August 13,2010 03:08

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esign students in the New York City area may want to consider attending the New York International Gift Fair this August. The event could be an excellent networking opportunity and learning experience, as fashion and accessory designers from around the country will be present to display their crafts, and over 35,000 people are expected to attend.

This year, world-renowned designer Stephen Estelle will be showcasing his fall collection of jewelry at the fair. His hand-crafted pieces are made by Royal Nepali goldsmiths and include unique rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Estelle's newest collection features stones such as jade, amethyst and onyx.

"The New York International Gift Fair exhibits the best of the best every year, and we are pleased to be returning," said Estelle. "We strive to create beautiful pieces that accentuate and highlight women's personal style and the new fall collection is no exception."

Steven Estelle will be displaying his geometric Caceras bracelet and the bold Full Moon necklace. His hand-crafted pieces will be available for purchase.

Those who are interested in jewelery, accessory or fashion design may benefit from enrolling in an art school design program.
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