Paige Novick is a luxury accessory designer (and francophile) collection sold at Bergdorf Goodman and Louis, Boston as well as other specialty stores throughout the U.S. and Canada. It was founded in 2008.
Paige’s jewelry reflects her personal style: restrained glamour. Her designs marry geometry and sculpture, given rise to a contrast that evokes the masculine and feminine, synthetic and organic, rigid and fluid. One of her hallmark characteristics it to subvert classic silhouettes by infusing them with darkened, matte, and oxidized finishes. Although both the designer and her work are quintessentially and unmistakable modern, they recall the timeless glamour of costume jewelry form the Iris Apfel era.
Many of her pieces are discreetly adorned with a silver or gold snail. This symbol was chosen as her icon because of the mollusk’s quiet beauty and self-assurance. The snail’s understated grace and steadfast determination in the face of uncertainty echoes Paige’s unwavering spirit and consistent approach to design. She has managed to create an aura of accessibility and genuine playfulness.