The Zoe Report Pick of the Week

Hokise Vintage Initial Necklace

Sep 13, 20110


In terms of jewelry trends, one style that will always be relevant to both males and females of any age is a timeless initial piece. Whether engraved with your own initials or those of a loved one, a personalized necklace, bracelet or ring will make its mark on every outfit like a non-permanent, totally chic tattoo. I was recently gifted a Hokise Vintage Initial Necklace with the letter S, for Baby Skyler, and plan to never take it off!

Designed by Tanya Oskanian in gold and diamonds, this precious piece is everything to me. Hanging close to my heart at all times, it symbolizes my infinite love and bond with Skyler while mixing in perfectly alongside all my other jewels. Love the look? Customize your own treasure—there are countless gorgeous gems to choose from—to wear with this fall (and forever after) with a maxi dress, platform wedges and wide brim hat. xoRZ

Availability: Availability: Hokise Vitage Initial Necklace ($1295). For additional information and to place an order, visit

Parallel Universe:

Vintage Initial Necklace, $45

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mom of 2 young ones
mom of 2 young ones

Hi Mrs. Zoe, I recently became really interested in your show and it actually inspired me to update my wardrobe with my classic, timeless pieces. I'm 33 with 2 young ones and figure its about time I stop buying the latest fashion. I also want to wish you the very best with your new baby. In one of the last episodes I watched it showcased your collection and your husband saying he hoped Nieman Marcus and those types of stores would buy your line because their customers would be the ones to buy it. Well, those of us who shop at Macy's and Dillards would also love to have your collection accessible. I hope one day that is possible. I understand your love for fashion and going in that direction but I hope you can one day expand your line to the "little ppl =)


Rachel, are you responsible for the Missoni craze?


You are "the best" stylist and designer, I have ever known! I have followed your career since 1985 and you are just brilliant! Being a gay guy, I have been styling my girlfriends and boy-friends for Living in a small town in North Carolina, Hickory-which I am sure you have never heard of, it has been hard to acquire the fashions that you need. I do however use stores like, Kohl's,Target and other various outlet stores. I need your advice to start my own business and I probably need to move to a bigger city, like Los angeles. If you have any advice, I would greatly appreciate it and would love to show ytour some pictures of the people I have styled. LOVE,LOVE,LOVE........... Thank You, J. Scott Childers