Apr 222013
 
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Miss Nyet Jewelry announces the imminent launch of its Spring/Summer Collection 2013:

THE EQUESTRIAN COLLECTION

 

This new leather jewelry collection is inspired by horses and everything equestrian. As such, it is fitting that it will be officially launched during the ninth annual La Martina Miami Beach Polo World Cup, the world’s largest and most prestigious Beach Polo competition, taking place from April 25 to April 28 between 20th and 22nd Streets on the sands of South Beach, Florida.

Miss Nyet Jewelry features original, one of a kind unisex jewelry that is inspired by Delphine Pontvieux’s many passions. Her 2012 collection, which is currently highlighted in the annual swimsuit issue of Southern Boating Magazine, had a nautical theme. This year, her designs are all things equestrian.

 Pontvieux has taken the energy of the event and incorporated the elegance and fearlessness of Polo into her line of handmade beautifully dyed hides, which feature unisex leather cuffs, bracelets, as well as chokers. She has also launched a matching line of dog collars — a must have for every horse lover and their four-legged companion!

Pontvieux was also commissioned by The Polo Life, the organization committee of the La Martina Miami Beach Polo World Cup IX, to create a distinct piece of jewelry to be given as gift to all the female polo players in competition during the Trophy ceremony on Thursday, April 25th.

 If you will be one of the 5,500 guests expected each day, come pay a special visit to Miss Nyet’s Jewelry display, located on the beach between 20th and 22nd street and meet the designer, Delphine Pontvieux. Her Polo collection will be sold exclusively at the four-day event before it officially launches online from May 15th on.

Click here to take a sneak peek at one of her creations from the “equestrian” collection.

 

 

Apr 062013
 
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The annual swimsuit issue of Southern Boating magazine is out.

This year, the models and their captains took their power boats to the famed Stiltsville, a historical location at sea, where Biscayne bay, near Miami, meets the edge of the earth.

In addition to the beautiful swimsuits they modeled, you can see them wearing Miss Nyet Jewelry around their wrists.

Want to check out the whole 16-page feature? Dreaming about sailing on your own boat someday to explore the jewels of the South and the Caribbean? To get information about the magazine and to subscribe, please visit: www.southernboating.com.

In the meantime, here are a couple photos featuring Miss Nyet Jewelry.

Enjoy!

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Model wearing the octopus leather cuff. (Photo Credit: Scott Pearson)

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Model sporting the Staple bracelet in brown leather and red suede (Photo credits: Scott Pearson)

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