The Holidays Arrive Early at The Accessories Council

The Holidays Arrive Early at The Accessories Council

New York City-based The Accessories Council recently celebrated its holiday offerings with a virtual gifting event. That means people like yours truly get to sample and enjoy the best that holiday season 2021 has to offer.

Arriving special delivery a few weeks ago was a treasure chest of trinkets that included some of the trendiest accessory and fashion brands available.

Items included a stunning gold necklace set by luxury brand Adina’s Jewels, designed to inspire confidence and self-expression through contemporary high-quality jewelry.

Globally inspired Akola that creates striking jewelry designs to lift up, nourish and champion women around the world, presented a beaded stretch bracelet featuring a hand-carved horn from Uganda.

Isabella Rickel’s The Basic Extra Hairquips™ has partnered with Ashley Wahler from The Hills to launch a limited-edition “Gold Collection” of statement headbands, barrettes and innovative hair accessory designs.

Founded on the truth that we all need comfort and love, BIG LOViE’s elegant, baby alpaca Suri blanket is exquisitely soft, warm, and naturally sustainable. For every blanket purchased, a blanket is donated to a child through the brand’s Share the Love program.

Want to personalize and bedazzle your Apple watch or FitBit bands? bytten Stacks™ were created to turn your bands into wearable jewelry art.

Designed in NYC and produced in Europe, Elizabeth Reid combines hand-selected yarns, advanced technology and a refined manufacturing process to bring you the finest fitting socks for everyday luxury.

Consciously crafted accessory brand Moral Code presented a bifold wallet made of biodegradable vegetable-tanned leather, perfect for that hard to buy for for gent.


Pologeorgis, renowned for its quality and craftsmanship in furs, outerwear and accessories,  included a cute fur keychain, the perfect stocking stuffer!

La Jolla, California-based Pura Vida Bracelets included a few of the line’s ethically-produced handcrafted bracelets. Since the brand’s launch, it has partnered with over 175 charities around the world, donating over $2.4 million to various causes.

To take a proactive approach to fitness before your New Year’s resolutions, Sweat From Home offered up two individual fitness classes to try in the comfort of your own home.

Cozy and comfortable describe the socks and slippers, clothing and home goods by The Lemon Collections, sure to be your go-to pieces for warmth and style.

Vera Bradley, a travel accessories brand created by friends Patricia R. Miller and Barbara Bradley Baekgaard in 1982, gifted a super soft, whimsical throw blanket.

All of the goodies arrived in the versatile functional and stylish travel bag by Lo & Sons, the Asian-American family-owned company started by Helen Lo (at the age of 65!) and her two sons, Jan and Derek just over 10 years ago. The eco-friendly bags are built to travel light without compromising functionality and style.

Established in 1994, The Accessories Council is a not-for-profit, international trade organization whose mission is to stimulate global consumer awareness and demand for fashion accessory products.

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Nicole Muj
Nicole Muj