British revolutionary, Stephen Webster, credits the United States for his success as a jewelry designer.
Stephen Webster jewelry has been edgy and bold from the start, but it was American enthusiasm for his daring creations that skyrocketed him to jewelry fame.
This spring, Webster showed exemplary character when he flew a group of emerging British designers to Couture in Las Vegas. Couture is the renowned, industry only, jewelry show where designers and retailers converge from all over the globe to see, show and be wowed. Webster started out at Couture in a barely visible booth under the escalators, wearing the same purple suit for many years. Now he has a whole ballroom to himself, and this year, he gave the front half to these up and coming designers. The whole event was a hit.
Webster’s style is unexpected, as his imagination knows no limitations. His designs run the gamut from undersea creatures to his take on art deco. They always show his unmistakable edginess and dynamic use of color.