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The heart of HeART Deco

Art-deco-inspired prints melt into light chiffon and buttery silk in our new spring collection. In its essence, HeART Deco is sumptuous. Putting a modern twist on iconic 1920s fashion, ethereal fabrics will keep you cool and have you dreaming of luxurious Gatsby-esque days sipping mint juleps on a terrace. The era following World War One was an exciting time for women: major gains were made regarding women’s rights, and radically different fashion reflected those changes. HeART Deco channels this fierce female spirit through bold geometric patterns and plunging necklines. It nods to artwork rich in color and saturated with stunning shapes. The unrestrictive flapper fashion was a literal manifestation of freedom, and our flowing kimonos, plunging necklines and simple forms...

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Celebrating Immigrants Who Make America Great

This International Women’s Day, we take time to honor the immigrant women who have contributed to our culture.  by Piper Anderson Today, we celebrate courageous women who have made a difference in their communities– at Symbology, this mission lies close to our hearts. In today’s political climate immigration policy is a hot topic, and we wanted to take a moment to recognize beautiful women who have not only created positive change in America, but are also immigrants or children of immigrants. These women are scientists, advocates, politicians, and authors, and they are all incredibly resilient and fearless. They make America better by being here.  Isabel Allende  //  Word Weaver, Change Maker photo credit: Lori Barra Isabel Allende is a well-known...

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Symbology Exclusive Design for Rachel Zoe's Box of Style

We're bursting at the seams to share with you that Symbology has been featured in the Spring 2017 Box of Style by Rachel Zoe. We collaborated on an exclusive design with Zoe for the special edition box, which features items made by women-owned companies. As huge fans of all things Zoe, we were beyond honored to be selected as one of her featured brands.  Zoe selected an art deco themed peacock design for her scarf, which she recommends styling many creative ways on Box of Style. The order for this scarf has employed over 100 artisans in India and trained 10 women in the art of screen printing. Our artisan team trained these how to screen print specifically for this order,...

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Noonday X Symbology: The Perfect Holiday Pairing

Eggs and bacon. Bert and Ernie. Peanut butter and jelly. Symbology and Noonday. The beautiful pairings in life that are meant to be. Knowing that each beautiful piece is handcrafted by artisans worldwide makes this pairing all the sweeter. Check out the details below for a chance to win $150 gift cards from both Symbology and Noonday! a Rafflecopter giveaway  

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Why Isn't Fashion Considered Art?

A series examining the intersection of art & fashion. Inspired by Netflix's 'The First Monday in May' by Marissa Heyl One of the things I love most about fashion is its ability to transcend cultures, language, even time. Fashion, like other artforms, speaks to the human impulse to express ourselves. To communicate with each other. To symbolize being part of a community, while simultaneously showcasing one's individuality. Fashion can stir up strong emotions, like art. Remember Lady Gaga's meat dress?  This week, I found myself engrossed in the new Netflix documentary ‘The First Monday in May' about the 2015 Met Gala themed around Chinese art and fashion. The exquisite bejeweled fabrics, elongated trains and stunning brocades in avant-garde silhouettes put me in a state of absolute...

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