September 11, 2014

CMD is thrilled to announce the launch of our Densa rings, the latest stunners from our new GRADIENTS collection. These rings maintain our signature styles: mixed metals, hammered finishes, and (comfortably) squared edges, but the Densa rings are quite unique due to their size and weight. While many of our CMD pieces are known for their delicateness (all the better for layering!), these latest rings are—quite literally—dense. The word densa is Latin for thick, which describes these little stacks perfectly.

Speaking of stacking, the Densa ring is available in both short and tall stacks, with rounded or square edges. CMD is so proud of these latest pieces, and the response we received from our East Coast friends at NY NOW was overwhelmingly positive. We can’t wait to debut Densa for the first time in the Bay Area this weekend at Cavallo Point. Please join us there on Saturday, September 13th for the trunk show, which will be filled with many fabulous local vendors, and try the Densa rings on for yourself. CMD has many exciting things happening this fall, and we can’t wait to share them all—especially pieces from our GRADIENTS collection—with you.


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