Friday, April 29, 2011

Explore Your Arty Style...

...with bold jewelry from Sobral. Featured in this month's REDBOOK is our stylish and sleek Naturals Rima necklace. This simple and contemporary necklace matches just about everything!

























Necklace available in three colors, style 0035 pictured in black, $90 at sobralusa.com.

Foolproof Bracelets

Dress up your basics with bold, chunky bangles. They're so colorful, they literally match every outfit! Some spring style tips...from the editors of Health Magazine. Sobral bracelets were featured in the April issue!



























Featured Sobral bracelets are the Past Perfect Ipanema #3276 ($90) and the Kandinsky Kazimir #3622 ($100) available at sobralusa.com.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Sicka Than Average

Brazilian jewelry designer Carlos Sobral has built a career around crafting stunning jewelry, picture frames, home furnishings, vases, and other homebound knicknacks using only recycled materials and found objects. Read more at sickathanaverage.com.
























Featured bracelets are from the Rio + Design Collection, Style 3746, $110 at sobralusa.com.

Jewelry Revelations

Brazilian born jewelry designer Carols Sobral creates vibrantly colorful earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets, and home objects out of resin. During the 70’s, Sobral found inspiration in the numerous colors, shapes, and textures that can be created from this uniquely natural material. Read more at jewelryrevelations.com.
























Pictured Pop Art bracelet style 0932, $90 at sobralusa.com.

Friday, April 15, 2011

From Hippie to Hype

The Sobral brand was created on the Rio de Janeiro beaches of the 1970s, but expanded by taking its colorful, bold fashion jewelry to Paris and New York. From a young artist traveling from hippie fair to hippie fair, to a visionary and businessman with stores throughout Europe and the America's, Sobral continues to grow his brand today with innovative and thoughtful designs. Read more...click article to enlarge.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Monday, April 11, 2011

Rainbow Bright Jewelry from Sobral

Brazilian jewelry designer Carlos Sobral creates his bright, rainbow-colored jewelry through eco-friendly processes at his Rio de Janeiro workshop. Inspired by the vibrant heritage of his native country and the iconic Hippie movement, Sobral crafts his unique jewelry with resin and recycled materials
























Read more at stylebakery.com

Boutique Week April 17-24

Sobral is proud to be a participating SoHo boutique in this year's Boutique Week! Visit our store or shop online any time from 4/17-4/24 and get 25% off select Sobral collections. At least half our store will be on sale for this one special week only! Click the image below to register for your access code: this code will get you fantastic discounts throughout the city for the entire week!

Sobral on Citytour










Celebrate Carnival all year long with colorful jewelry and home d├ęcor from designer Carlos Sobral, who debuts eight new eye-catching collections each season. Handmade by more than 160 artists in his workshop in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, each piece is unique in color and composition. They are made with natural, repurposed resin and finished in an eight-step process that leaves them brilliantly polished, like little works of art that you can wear....read more at citytour.com.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Tree Hugger

Made with lightweight resin sourced from vegetable-based alcohol, each piece of jewelry from this Kandinsky Collection is handcrafted in Carlos Sobral's workshop in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with vegetable-based dyes. Other environmentally conscious practices include recycling water from the cooling and polishing processes, and recycling scraps. Employees receive meals, medical care, a retirement plan and can work from home.





















Read more at treehugger.com