Thursday, December 16, 2010

JBCStyle: Tuleste Market Style

California natives Satu and Celeste Greenberg began Tuleste Market in 2007, a collection rooted in their love of all things vintage. The pieces are multi-functional; necklaces can be layered or linked together, doubled and tripled, and go from jeans to evening wear with an effortless, albeit wickedly edgy flair. The line is available in over 100 stores worldwide including Intermix, Henri Bendel,, Alice + Olivia, Fred Segal Rocks, American Rag, Bloomingdales, Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong, and online favorite The sisters were finalists at the 12th Annual Fashion Group International Rising Award in the Accessories category, and Derek Lam used their jewelry for their Resort 2010 lookbook. The girls combined experience includes editorial work at Elle Accessories and W Magazine, retail experience at Jeffrey New York and Giuseppe Zanotti and fashion show production and casting for Derek Lam, Jason Wu, Carolina Herrera, and others.

Rhianna, Paris Hilton, Whitney Port, Kim Kardashian, Alexa Chung, and girls all over town have been spotted in their statement pieces.

Ciara, Nikki, and Anisha (along with Harold Moscowitz and JBCStyle newcomer Luigi Maestro) went on one of the most delicious office field trips to the Tuleste Market showroom for a little mid-afternoon retail therapy.

Luigi's lunch? A good chunk of Tuleste Market's line sheets. Harold Moscowitz wants him fired. Immediately.

Celeste points to a piece we admire - "That's in InStyle this month" - so of course we had to see!

Christmas trees are so last season. It's all about returning to the office and decorating the file cabinet style. . .

Tuleste Market created a riot in our office - everyone wanted one. They're unique. They have personality. They take jeans and a cardigan into a different stratosphere. And yes, we know it's too cold to venture outside these days, so if you want to check out the collection and add a little sparkle to your winter wardrobe, it's as easy as visiting their Ecommerce Store. . .just wait till you see the shoes they have in store for 2011.

Trippin' for Tuleste Style.

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