Press Release: Adorn by Sarah Lewis Jewelry Designer Open House and Cocktail Party


WHEN: Friday, October 10th | 5pm - 9pm
WHERE: Adorn Boutique & Showroom | 1314 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia, PA, 19125

WHAT: Adorn Boutique & Showroom features Jewelry by owner/designer Sarah Lewis. Located in the heart of Fishtown, Adorn was named "Best Boho Boutique" by Philadelphia Magazine in 2013. Adorn by Sarah Lewis Jewelry is comprised of two collections; Band of Gypsys and Love & Light. Band of Gypsys jewelry makes a statement with rough crystals and bold, symbolic shapes. Love & Light is delicate, sophisticated, every-day jewelry, inspired by nature and yoga lifestyle. At Adorn Boutique & Showroom, Lewis surrounds her jewelry with a unique, edited assortment of apparel, accessories, and gift items, including collections from other local designers, treasures sourced from worldly travels, imported fair trade goods, and a stunning array of crystals and minerals. Lewis has designed the interior of the boutique to echo the aesthetic of the jewelry, with its use of natural elements and whimsical minimalism. As part of the city-wide DesignPhiladelphia 2014 event series, Lewis welcomes the public to visit and shop! Complimentary refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

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Sarah Lewis has always had a passion for jewelry. Born and raised in upstate New York, her artistic journey began with glasswork. She began working with metals and stones while living in Arizona for a few years, before returning to the east coast to pursue her BFA in metals and jewelry from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Now residing in Philadelphia, Sarah launched Adorn Jewelry and the flagship Adorn Boutique & Showroom in 2010. She finds inspiration in the natural stones and crystals she uses, and enjoys creating jewelry pieces that are fashion-forward and on-trend yet timeless and unique.

DesignPhiladelphia, a signature event of the Philadelphia Center for Architecture, is the oldest and largest design event of its kind in the country and annually showcases the work of over 400 practicing architects, designers, and creative professionals. Experience design in unexpected ways through more than 120 exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, tours, talks, and events held in venues across the city. Learn about wide-ranging topics, including architecture, urban planning, landscape, graphic, multi-media, product, furniture design, fashion, and the like. This year’s Festival kicks off on the evening of Oct. 8 and events run from Oc. 9-17. For more information visit:

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