Photographer and jewelry designer Lisa Eisner grew up in Wyoming, worked in New York at Mademoiselle
, contributed to American Vogue
while living in Paris, and later moved back to New York for a position at Ralph Lauren. She found her way to Los Angeles in the 1980s, where she has been living and working as a creative ever since. Best friend and muse to Tom Ford, Eisner launched her eponymous line in 2014, combining her love of the American West with her affinity for fashion and her own irreverent style. One part delicate bauble, one part rare beauty and one part rodeo-chic, each piece has vintage Western roots but is designed to hold up to the test of time. Cuff bracelets, pendant necklaces, earrings and chunky rings are all part of the collection, but it’s pieces emblazoned with “CALIFORNIA” that often steal the show. Look for statement pieces made from bronze and stones like Wyoming black jade, Kingman turquoise, white cacholong, Wyoming green jade or lapis lazuli in shapes that vary, from asteroid to fringe to fountain.