I love fashion – what girl doesn’t? TAE now has more features on art in the fashion world, partially thanks to my new writer Tajlyn. (PS: If you haven’t read her posts yet, you should!) With that in mind, I’d like to share with you a brand of jewelry close to my heart: Inverness and Crane. In fact, I wore some of her and Black Wolff’s pieces for TAE Magazine not too long ago.


Founded by designer Katelyn Judson, Inverness and Crane features handmade unique pieces of jewelry that are modern, refined, and beautiful. Katelyn was inspired to do this since she was just 18 years old. She started designing and subsequently selling hair accessories she made herself, and then she ventured into jewelry soon after.

Once she moved to San Luis Obispo, she had the honor of getting trained by master jeweler Kevin Main. That, plus Katelyn’s fueled passion for even the tiniest details have led her to get tons of creativity. She had more than enough designs in her arsenal to create and launch Inverness and Crane last year.

“Inverness and Crane is a collection of jewelry and accessories that strike a balance between rustic and refined, resulting in an unparalleled aesthetic and remarkably identifiable style,” described in the brand’s website. Their target crowd would be women who love the “post-modern bohemian” lifestyle, featuring accessories like rings, headwear, necklaces, and bracelets that show a merging of geometric shapes with elements of nature.

I guess you could describe me as someone of the post-modern bohemian persuasion, because I super love everything available from Katelyn’s collection. In fact, I love them so much that I’m proud to say she’ll be there at my next Art Social event. If you’ve been following my blog lately, you’ll know that I have a FREE event at Quality Social next Thursday, 8pm. It’s at 789 6th Avenue, so if you’re from the San Diego area you should come by!

Here are just a bunch of stuff from Inverness and Crane to give you a glimpse of Katelyn’s gorgeous jewelry line. If you enjoy these as much as I do, drop by the Art Social event next week. Head on to the Facebook event invite for details.



















Enjoyed Katelyn’s work? You can buy some of these at the Inverness and Crane website and during the Art Social. Thanks for reading!