Brighton sparkles with handbags and jewelry at UBM ‘Accessories the Show’

Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla

A Solid Foundation Of Character

In day 3 of UBM Fashion’s trade show with Accessories the Show, yours truly today here in New York at the Javits Center came across the Brighton collection, featuring a substantial line of jewelry, handbags, and accessories.

The Brighton story goes far back as 1991, when Brighton was begun by Jerry and Terri Kohl, who envisioned a different kind of company built from the heart, focused on treating our customers and employees the way they love to be treated.

Beginning with a belt collection, Brighton has a one-of-a-kind collection of jewelry, watches, gems, and stones, some gems give you the option of interchangeable items where you can switch from one gem to another depending on the look you want.

As well as artisan, seasonal, and hue necklaces, bracelets, stones, and watches, Brighton’s jewelry with earth stones stand out tremendously reminding you of the precious rocks inherited from the Earth, one being a blue stone necklace yours truly photographed.

And Brighton’s handbags are the true sentiment of substance, brightly colorful to say the least, and true commitment to detail found in its satchels, bucket bags, hobos, and wallets that also exhibit rich and bright colors, almost comparable to Brighton’s birthstones representing each month.

The ‘Brighton Difference’ as Brighton calls it falls back onto the detail, with designers hand sketching their own designs, and being there every step of the way right up to the final production, all this makes Brighton a very solid company to rely on for fashion detail.

Daniel Quintanilla

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