The Kathleen Whitaker Chrysoprase Drop Earrings,
as featured on Sight Unseen, October 9th, 2017.
We are excited to announce the launch of the Kathleen Whitaker Stone Collection III. Continuing to work with unusual stones and unexpected materials, with this release we unveil a number of new styles using pietersite, vintage glass, tourmaline, chrysoprase, and grey opal. The collection also sees the introduction of vegetable ivory, a sustainable organic material harvested from the nut of a palm tree. The range has also expanded to include bracelets and necklaces for the first time, alongside second and third editions of select, favorite designs. We hope you love it as much as we do.
Kathleen Whitaker, as featured in Atelier Doré’s
feature on elevated LA style, September 2017.
The Kathleen Whitaker Small Cuff & Spike Earring, as featured on Vogue.com,
September 29th, 2017.
The Kathleen Whitaker Vegetable Ivory Drop Earrings,
as worn by actress Shailene Woodley,
Marie Claire UK, October 2017.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with designer Ulla Johnson for the second time, creating a bespoke jewelry collection for her Spring 2018 New York Fashion Week show. Featuring pink muscle shell, white and gold mother of pearl shell, and moonstones, all set in sterling silver, the twenty new styles will be available exclusively at the Ulla Johnson store in New York next spring.
“My background in ceramics is where I explored for the first time… how to make something sculpturally compelling but also functionally effective, and how to hone efficient, spare design.” Kathleen talks to Ravelin about her design inspirations and path to making jewelry. Read the full conversation here.
A studio visit and interview with Kathleen Whitaker,
as featured on Atelier Doré, June 29, 2017.
The Kathleen Whitaker Large Fan Earrings in gold,
as featured in Vogue Australia, July 2017.
We share some of our favorite places from a recent trip to London.
A beautiful space with wonderful aromas,
Marylebone concept store Perfumer H creates bespoke seasonal fragrances.
In the heart of Saint James, Cafe Murano offers authentic Northern Italian
flavors from Michelin-starred Angela Hartnett.
Londoners are abuzz about the new wing of the Tate Modern, but it’s the Tate Britain, one of the UK’s oldest and most illustrious museums, that resonates most. It’s a quiet classic that never disappoints.
With multiple locations across central London, Fernandez & Wells is the perfect spot for a quick coffee, hearty sandwich or an excellent charcuterie plate.
London has an abundance of beautiful public parks but Saint James is a particular
favorite for its lakes and lush greenery.
With summer on the horizon, our thoughts are turning to vacation destinations. Here we share some of our Paris essentials.
La Cave Du Septime, a wine bar housed in a converted shoe repair shop,
is perfect for small plates and an afternoon glass of wine.
The recently reopened Picasso Museum features over 5000 works of art,
including pieces from Picasso’s own personal collection.
A chateau-turned-hotel in the middle of the city, Saint James Paris boasts everything from stunning interiors to an award-winning restaurant and lush private gardens and spa.
When in Paris, make time to visit Au Passage, which offers beautiful bites and cocktails.
Ask for the Fever Tree Tonic and Maidenii Vermouth with lemon twist.
As huge fans of Solange, we were honored to see the boundary-pushing musician, artist and activist wearing the Kathleen Whitaker Stone Collection to an event for Coachella.
Solange wears the Kathleen Whitaker Chalcedony Earrings.
Spring is here. With cherry blossom season underway, we wanted to share some of our favorite spots in Tokyo.
Yaeca has a number of beautiful lifestyle stores in Tokyo, each worth a visit. Our favorite is the Yaeca Home Store, for its expertly curated mix of furniture and homewares.
Enjoy authentic Kaiseki cuisine at Kuroiwa, a beautiful and tranquil restaurant that offers a welcome respite from the bustle of the city.
Tucked in the backstreets of Ebisu station, Wine Stand Waltz is a must for a relaxed evening drink. A bijou wine bar, it has space for 10 patrons only, and serves natural wines from Europe and Japan in Baccarat glasses.
Situated in Meguro, south of Shibuya, Claska is one of our favorite hotels in Tokyo. A modern, minimal yet comfortable space, each of its 20 rooms is uniquely designed. The hotel also features a restaurant, lifestyle shop and an adjacent art gallery. A popular spot with discerning travelers, booking early is advised.
Ginza West is an old school Japanese tea room established in 1947. With it’s pristine white table cloths and silver service, it’s the perfect place for afternoon tea and cake.
Arts & Science stores are dotted throughout Tokyo, selling a well-edited selection of clothing, accessories and homewares. Highlights include vintage workwear and handcrafted textiles.
We have long admired Maggie Gyllenhaal for her bold acting roles and her activisim. We were honored to see her wearing Kathleen Whitaker jewelry for her recent interview with Apiece Apart, where she discusses balancing
family with work, and how to be an outspoken yet thoughtful advocate for rights that matter.
Maggie wears the Kathleen Whitaker Large Gold Fan Earrings.
The Kathleen Whitaker Tube Band rings in gold,
as featured in Grazia UK, April 11th, 2017.
The Kathleen Whitaker Plate Pin and Strand Pin,
as featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, January 23, 2017.
The Kathleen Whitaker Chrysoprase Slice Studs,
as featured in InStyle, April 2017.
The Kathleen Whitaker Drop Earrings, as featured in W Magazine,
Coverage of the #womentogether Black Friday giving back campaign,
featuring Kathleen Whitaker, as featured on Vogue.com,
November 22, 2016.
The Kathleen Whitaker Large Gold Hoop earrings,
as featured in Allure magazine, January 2017.
The Kathleen Whitaker Small Fan Earrings,
as featured in Angeleno magazine, December 2016.
The Kathleen Whitaker Plane Studs, as featured on artist
Rachel Uffner in Elle magazine, December 2016.
The Kathleen Whitaker Lapis Slice Earrings,
as featured in Allure magazine, December 2016.
To help you plan your next trip to New York, a round-up of some of our favorite spots in the city that never sleeps.
Neue Galerie is a museum that specialises in early 20th century German and Austrian art and design. The building itself is as exquisite as the collection, designed by the same architects as the New York Public Library.
Named after Neue Galerie co-founder Serge Sabarsky, Café Sabarsky evokes Viennese cafés at the turn of the 19th century, from the vintage furniture to the light fixtures.
The Greenwich Hotel is a Tribeca landmark and a modern New York classic.
The Frick Collection houses a distinguished collection of Old Master paintings and European sculpture and decorative arts. It’s also worth visiting for the building, one of New York’s few remaining Gilded Age mansions.
Open in various forms since the 1920s, The Waverly Inn in Greenwich Village is a neighborhood favorite.
The Met’s new contemporary art outpost, The Met Breuer, opened it’s doors in the former Whitney Museum space earlier this year, giving new life to one of New York’s oldest art institutions.
The Carlyle Hotel is a New York classic, and has been charming visitors with its elegant, Art Deco interiors since the 1930s.
We were happy to partner with Ulla Johnson for both her Spring 17 New York Fashion Week show and her Spring 17 lookbook. Our Chalcedony and Large Gold Fan Earrings are the perfect accompaniment to Ulla’s feminine designs.
Kathleen Whitaker, one of 8 LA jewelry designers to watch,
as featured on Vogue Paris, August 12th, 2016.
Kathleen Whitaker profiled as one of 5 jewelry designers who
“embody the creative LA spirit” by Please! Magazine, Issue 20, September 2016.
Kathleen Whitaker profiled in C Magazine, March 2016.
Kathleen Whitaker interview and profile, as featured on Sight Unseen, July 31st, 2015.
The Kathleen Whitaker Hoop Earrings, as featured in Vogue Germany, April 2015.
Kathleen Whitaker, featured as a jewelry designer-to-watch
by Vanity Fair Italy, June 26, 2014.