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Miriam Haskell Hair Accessories

Miriam Haskell has re-introduced hair accessories into its collection for the first time since Miriam designed them herself in the 1950s.

Well, the company did delve into hair accessories for its recent bridal jewelry collection, done as a capsule collection for J.Crew’s growing bridal business and Madison Avenue boutique, and the response drove the decision for an expansion.

“The hair accessories were so well-received, we figured we’d put them into the Miriam Haskell line as well,” says Gabrielle Fialkoff, Haskell Jewels president.

The hair pieces are substantial, with lots of vintage styling and intricate details. All are handmade with glass pearls and beads, Swarovski crystals and floral silver/gold filigrees, with retails ranging from $120 to $540.

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