Stephanie Kantis Spring 2016 Collection Review

Stephanie Kantis Spring 2016 Collection Review

By Meg Sharpley

After nearly two decades as an interior designer, Stephanie Kantis found herself on a trip in a small Mexican village that changed her career path, her outlook, and ultimately, her life.

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Crafting her “artisan sculptures” based on the inspiration she drew from the romanticism in the Mexico village, Kantis went live with her collection and was picked up by Neiman Marcus in 2011, less than 6 months after she began taking sculture classes. As a regular feature in publications such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and InStyle, Kantis has grown quite the following over her few years in the industry including on the Victoria Secret runway this past fall.

Kantis’s Spring 2016 collection is a take on the beautiful nature that surrounds these warm months. By focusing on clean lines, simplicity and romanticism, this collection is a sure way to add a little bit of elegance to any outfit. Kantis combines metals, with wood and stones to create awe-inspiring pieces that are guaranteed to be a great conversation starter among gatherings in the coming months.

Gold’s and silvers mixed with turquoise and blush jewels, these pieces are for the girly girl at heart. The collection offers bracelets, cuffs, rings, earrings and necklaces from $165 to $895. But you better act fast if you want one of these beatifically crafted creations as much of the collection is already sold out! Gets yours here at or one of the many upscale retail stores that house Kantis’s collection and wait for the compliments to start rolling in!

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