For its first jewelry release, PLEASURES has tapped a long time friend and collaborator, Foul Trouble. Founded by designer and jeweler, Michael Eli, Foul Trouble is a Los Angeles-based object brand that focuses on creating striking accessories with familiar aesthetic references.
Coming together for the “Nameplate” release, the necklace recalls a popular accessory style from the ’90s and early 2000s while celebrating PLEASURES’ brand name. The 4K-gold vermeil pendant expresses “PLEASURES” in Old English and is affixed to a matching 20-inch square pearl chain.
The Foul Trouble x PLEASURES “Nameplate” is set to release exclusively on PLEASURES’ website August 21, 10 a.m. PST.
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