Almost a year after the successful launch of its first fine jewelry bracelets for the Apple Watch, the Lagos jewelry brand introduced the second generation of its Smart Caviar collection, designed specifically for the smart watch.
Known for its signature Caviar beaded designs, Lagos offers a set of luxury bracelets that transitions the sporty look of the Apple Watch to a piece of fine jewelry, the company said in a statement. The newest models are available in stainless steel, a two-tone version in stainless steel and 18K yellow gold, and stainless steel with jewelry-grade, scratch-resistant black ceramic.
The Lagos Smart Caviar fine jewelry bracelets are not approved, endorsed or affiliated with Apple, Inc. They are created as a design solution to craft a more elegant and stylish fine jewelry alternative for the popular Apple Watch.
According to Lagos, these bracelets are versatile enough for daily wear and for any occasion. They are designed to slip easily in and out of the Apple Watch face. They come with a sizing tool and extra links for a proper fit.
“I love exploring different materials to bring beautiful and functional solutions to our customers,” said Steven Lagos, founder and creative director of the Philadelphia-based fine jewelry brand. “With Smart Caviar, women can benefit from the functionality of the Apple Watch without sacrificing their personal style.”
Steven Lagos adds that Smart Caviar is designed to be layered with other Lagos jewels.
The new collection of Smart Caviar watch bracelets can be purchased at Lagos.com, the Lagos flagship boutique in Philadelphia, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom and independent jewelers throughout the country. Bloomingdale’s for now has exclusive access to the black ceramic model. Nordstrom and Lagos.com are selling the stainless steel and two-tone versions. All of the stainless steel styles will be available November 1.
These new styles join the sterling silver designs, including models that combine sterling silver with yellow gold and diamonds, introduced September, 2018, in an exclusive promotion with Bloomingdale’s. They sold much faster than expected during the two-month run. The company has since made them widely available.