Lulu Frost
In a distinctive combination of antique and modern elements, Lulu Frost represents an intersection of tradition and fashion-forward thinking. 28-year old Dartmouth College graduate Lisa Salzer, a.k.a. Lulu, creates each one-of-a-kind piece from found period antiques, including long-lost room numbers from the legendary Plaza Hotel, cut steel shoe buckles from the 1870’s, forgotten keys, beautifully crafted locks and escutcheons, chandelier crystal, watch fobs, rare Victorian charms and other resurrected finds. Lisa then reinterprets these antique objects by combining them with unexpected modern elements and stylistic treatments to achieve a completely non-traditional and fresh feel. Each work has many a story to tell.
Founded in 2004, Lulu Frost jewelry is inspired by a deep aesthetic understanding. Lisa’s experience as an art history and fine arts major helped develop this striking style. Lulu Frost has been featured in Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, New York Magazine, In Style, Slate, Glamour, amongst other publications. Lulu Frost was awarded Best New Accessories Designer at Gen Art’s annual Styles 2005 Competition from over 800 international competitors. Lisa lives and works in Manhattan, where she pursues Lulu Frost with a driven passion.

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