Lookbook Series: TomTom Jewelry Fall/Winter 2010

LA-born New Yorker Elena Coleman used her training as an architect to create TomTom Jewelry. For Fall-Winter 2010, she infuses her graphic, angular aesthetic into a mesmerizing collection inspired by "Mayan myth and ritual, tribal adornment, weaponry and pyramids."

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The Forever May They Reign Necklace, is a tour de force of geometric ebony wood and ribbons of gold and vintage silk satin.
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The strong, hieroglyphic angles of TomTom's warrior pieces run throughout collection.
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The High Priestess Necklace lives up to its name with clean lines in 18-karat gold vermeil, tied with gunmetal chains.
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The pyramid motif brings boldness to staggered column earrings and minimalist bangles.
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There's something mesmerizing about a graceful gold maze hanging from a jet-black gunmetal chain.
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More pyramids, like little arrowhead nuggets—sharp and rich at the same time. The Oro y Negro Necklace changes the notion of a chain with mixed metals and shapes.
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Lloviendo Estrellas translates to raining stars, an apt title for the organic drip of ebony wood in these unique pieces.
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TomTom's architectural lines are strong, but never rigid. Wild feathers offer a soft juxtaposition to further the point.
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