If New Mexico conjures up visions of blue meth and Walter White in a hazmat suit, your Breaking Bad addiction has spiraled out of control.
Put down the remote and curb your Southwest cravings with Antelope Studio baubles.
Santa Fe native/L.A.-based designer Annie Polk takes inspiration from her home state’s rugged landscapes to create a jewelry line your fall wardrobe will be jonesing for. (A background in art history, sculpture fabrication, and metalworking helps, too.)
Macrame junkies fall hard for handmade brass lockets hung from rope woven in Peru, while nature lovers get the hookup from color-blocked cord bracelets with salvaged pine bark clasps. The new Linearc collection (curvilinear pieces dotted with lab-grown moissanite stones) is an epic score.
Seriously, yo, this is the best product in town.
Available at Otherwild Goods & Services, 6727 7/8 Hollywood Boulevard, between North McCadden Place and North Las Palmas Avenue, Hollywood (323-546-8437 or otherwild.com); at antelopestudio.com, $110-$390.
Photo: Courtesy of Antelope Studio