George Frost is a unsex jewelry line founded in New York City. Co-designed by Lisa Salzer and the creative minds of Marlon Taylor-Wiles and Jon Tyler Sneden, the line infuses the past and modernity to create a timelessly stylish collection.
Unity, loyalty, and peace are the powerful and unmistakable themes of George Frostâ€™s second collection entitled NO GOODS. Embracing the revolutionary sentiments of the 1960â€™s, NO GOODS draws inspiration from the anti-Vietnam war protests, as well as the civil and womenâ€™s rights movements.
Incorporating re-appropriated government currency, such as George Washingtonâ€™s eye embedded in a brass cuff, as well as hidden Morse code messages on beaded necklaces and bracelets, the collection toys with the notion of watching and being watched, suggesting a subversive statement about how â€œfreeâ€ we really are. With several items crafted out of braided horsehair and the George Frost signature harpoon clasp as a nod to Victorian mourning jewelry and handmade trench art, the pieces further emphasize the anti-war attitudes by eluding to the fallen Americans that lost their lives to a cause that many neither understood nor supported.
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