Press Please: Our Stackable Bangles and Bands Show Off for the Media

It's been an exciting week of press opportunities for STACKED New York Argentium silver bangles and bands! We shipped off three killer stacks for press opportunities this week.

STACKED New York Argentium silver stacking bangles (from left to right): Houston, Lenox, Greenwich, Chrystie, Prince, Columbus, Spring, and Baxter.

STACKED New York Argentium silver stacking bangles (from left to right): Houston, Lenox, Greenwich, Chrystie, Prince, Columbus, Spring, and Baxter.

The first, this gorgeous 8 stack of Argentium silver bangles—a mix of both our silver and blackened designs—showed its stuff at the Jewelers of America Editor Preview Event this week. A symbol of good luck in Asian cultures, the number 8 stands for wealth, success, and power—a great stack to wear when you want to overcome challenges or achieve specific goals in business or life.

An invitation-only opportunity for designers to showcase their newest pieces from their collections, this event draws editors from both the jewelry trade press and consumer press. Here's to hoping these beauties caught the attention of InStyle, Marie Claire, Elle, Vogue, etc.!

Author, writer, consultant, and jewelry designer Beth Bernstein attended the event and tried on our bangles. Her Instagram post read: "Pile it on! The combo of textural and tonal interests at @STACKEDNewYork." We couldn't agree more, Beth! Pile it on and stack 'em up!

STACKED New York Argentium silver stackable bands (top to bottom): Prince, Lenox, Spring, Chrystie, and Market. STACKED New York Argentium silver stackable bangles (top to bottom): Mercer, Prince, Chrystie, Spring, Lenox, and Houston.

STACKED New York Argentium silver stackable bands (top to bottom): Prince, Lenox, Spring, Chrystie, and Market. STACKED New York Argentium silver stackable bangles (top to bottom): Mercer, Prince, Chrystie, Spring, Lenox, and Houston.

These two heart-stopping stacks of bangles and bands made their way over to the JCK Magazine offices overnight this week in hopes of earning a spot in the magazine's photo shoot for its November 2014 silver issue. The 5 stack of bands symbolizes travel, adventure, and a free-spirit, while the 6 stack of bangles is indicative or harmony, truth, and sincerity.

I might be biased, but I think these two stacks modeled would make a gorgeous cover! But we'll have to wait and see about that (fingers crossed).

It's been an exciting week for the STACKED New York team—and we appreciate every editor and fan who has shown genuine enthusiasm for our line and our story. Sending love, gratitude, and appreciation to you all! #STRENGTH IN NUMBERS