The whole story will have to be reserved for my pages in print, but yesterday evening Haute Living associate publisher, Sarah Mirmelli and I had the distinct pleasure of dining with architect-cum-designer, John Brevard, to chat new launches, the inspiration behind them, dualism as a hindrance, and the Large Hadron Collider. All in all, eavesdropping Soho Beach Housers were probably a bit perplexed, but for Sarah and myself, the conversation led to major insight into the man behind the brand—and an enviable preview of some killer shoes.
I won’t go in to detail about the footwear’s unique aesthetic, you’ll have to wait until their launch; however, I will say that Brevard’s eponymous brand stays true to its commitment to creating physical representations of energies and experiences in a unique way.
The jewelry collection ranges from rings and cuffs, to necklaces that can even double as bracelets; and is mostly bedecked in black diamonds, which we find totally haute. Born from intricate drawings documenting Brevard’s experiences, each series in the collection speaks to a different theory.
Which is right for you?
Luckily Brevard has thought of everything—upon entering his soon-to-be-up site, visitors will be able to key in the date, time, and location of their birth for an on-the-spot rendering of their unique vibratory frequency that will help determine which way to go when selecting a piece. Similarly, one can use that information to custom design anything from a table, to a sculpture, to a home; all calibrated to harmonize the flow of the energy throughout an embodied form.
The recently shot campaigns, shown here, tell the story of the brand’s timelessness, using models to represent how the jewelry works on a seemingly primitive girl as well as on an alien-like representation of the future.
Brevard is a Miami native with a strong family footing in Florida’s history, and we’re proud to be breeding such talent in our backyard.
Stay tuned for all the latest on what’s haute in the Brevard brand.