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Star designer Caroline Neron & rocker Eric Lapointe release new jewelry collection

Neron-Lapointe: A match made in boho rock n roll heaven.

Adored Quebecois stars Caroline Neron and Eric Lapointe just released their Neron-Lapointe collection of jewelry right on time for the Holidays.

The big reveal comes just 10 months after the pair’s first collaboration which was met with such applause that an encore was in order.

Just like the initial collection, this second offering of accessories for men and women fuses Caroline’s glamorous bohemian style with Eric’s rock ’n roll edge.

Iconic symbols from the world of rock like skulls, crosses, roses, wings and serpents are recurring throughout Neron-Lapointe as is the use of metal, leather and semi-precious stones.

As a nod and homage to Eric’s 23-year illustrious recording career, each piece is named after an album, song or lyric from the rocker’s catalog.

Head over to CarolineNeron.com to discover the entire Neron-Lapointe collection, but first, let me introduce you to my top picks from the duo’s line.

FOR HIM:

The Rien à Regretter bracelet and necklace bare the name of a track on Eric’s 1999 album À l’Ombre de l’Ange.

The bracelet is adorned with a Swarovski crystal, onyx and oxidized silver tone plating. 

The matching necklace features a Swarovski crystal and is made with leather and oxidized silver tone plating.

The length of this adjustable necklace extends to 30 inches and the length of the pendant is 2 inches and 1/4.

Variations of this religious motif have been turning up throughout rock music history since day one, while the fashion industry adopted the spiritual symbol ages ago.

This is one trend that isn’t going anywhere any time soon.

 

The Chassé du Paradis bracelet takes it’s name from the lyrics of Eric’s song “Jusqu’au Bout” found on his 2010 album Le Ciel de Mes Combats.

 The bracelet is adorned with matte onyx and oxidized silver tone plating.

Skulls commonly symbolize life, death, rebirth, mortality and immortality. They’ve also been known to stand for triumph, rebellion and intelligence.

 

FOR HER:

The Eau de Vie earrings and necklace take their title from the lyrics of Eric’s hit single “Marie-Stone off his 1994 debut Juno Award-winning album Obsession.

The earrings are of silver tone plating with a polished and antique finish.

The matching necklace comes in silver tone plating with a polished and antique finish. The length of this necklace is 16 inches and can be extended an extra inch and 3/4. The length of the pendant is 3/4 of an inch.

These pieces can easily be paired with the l’Exquise bracelet which is named after Eric’s tune “l’Exquise, another track on the star’s groundbreaking first record.

The bracelet is silver tone plating with a polished and antique finish.

A rose is typically a symbol of love, beauty, passion, devotion, balance and wisdom.

 

The Toucher son Ame earrings are a nod to the song “Belle Dans’Tête” from the rocker’s 2008 album Ma Peau.

The earrings are adorned with Swarovski crystals and silver tone plating with a polished and antique finish, complete with a stainless steel post and stainless steel and silicone butterflies.

The length of these earrings is an inch and 1/4.

Crucifixes are key pieces in Caroline’s Fall and Winter collection.

 

The Péché Original pieces take their name from the lyrics of “Tendre Fesse from Eric’s 1999 album À l’Ombre de l’Ange.

The earrings are made with silver tone plating with a polished and antique finish. The length of the earrings is an inch and 1/4.

It’s matching necklace is made with silver tone plating with a polished and antique finish. The length of this necklace is 16 inches and can be extend up to 1 inch and 3/4. The length of the pendant is an inch and a half.

The ring that makes this set complete is adorned with Swarovski crystals and made from oxidized sterling silver.

Historically, snakes have been a symbol of rebirth, transformation, immortality and fertility. Of course, the creature is more than often simply seen as a sinister serpent. With Péché Original being French for original sin, the symbolism here is obviously the latter.

Happy shopping!

Neron-Lapointe collection is now available online at CarolineNeron.com and at all Caroline Neron locations.

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