Trustworthy: Erimish Bracelet Bar

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We love to spotlight designers and products that are all about being effortlessly beautiful and useful. So we are pretty excited to share our love for Erimish. Erimish Bracelet Bar launched earlier this year to provide women of all ages a unique and refreshing way of styling their jewelry. The affordable stackable bracelets are made to mix-and-match to create everything from Bohemian to sophisticated looks.

The concept behind the bracelet bar began in Erimish’s own boutique. The sisters wanted to give customers the opportunity to create their own stacks as a unique reflection of the person wearing them. With over 1000 different styles of bracelets, there are endless possibilities.

Each bracelet is inspired by everyday life, whether it be the clothing you wear or the places you traveled to this past summer, the people you’ve met or memories you’ve made.

“There’s no one set place that we go to for inspiration,” says co-founder Misha Wilson. “We could see a color combination, just walking down the street, and then get inspired to create a whole new collection,” sister Ericka Hamilton explains.

Materials are brought in from all over the world to create these beautiful one-of-a-kind bracelets. Both synthetic and natural stones are used to help create a clean and classic look with a bold and daring edge. Natural stones include Agate, Druzy, Amazonite, Pyrite and Moonstone, while the synthetic styles include a mix of Gold Vermeil pieces and Czech crystal. Although the stones come from all over, the bracelets themselves are made in India, China or the United States, depending on the materials being used.

The beauty of Erimish’s bracelets is that they are timeless and unique. No matter what age, all women will have the ability to mix-and-match their stacks to match their own personal style. Mom’s can choose a bracelet to represent each child; teenagers can get one for each friend; wear a different stack for every holiday; the possibilities are endless.


Get to know Erimish

1.  What is the dynamic like between two sisters owning a business?
Well as you can imagine, siblings working together..LOL WE actual work well together. Ericka is more bling and Misha is more Matte…if that makes sense? We are both very versatile. We can hang with the guys and we can glam it up! 
2.  What is your favorite piece (or stack) from the collection?
Misha-My favorite stack is by far the Harlow Stack! I have a few new favorites coming out in spring 2016 but I can’t name them yet.
Ericka-My fave is Winter
3.  How would you dress it up?  How would you dress it down?
Harlow and Winter both are perfect with jeans and a tee or a nice dress. The thing is, our stacks are so versatile. WE add in the ribbon pieces for the boho flair for a jeans and tee kinda day and then they can be taken out, so you can dress them up and the more sophisticated pieces can be worn alone.
5.  If you could have any celebrity wear your pieces, who would it be?  Who is the perfect representation the Erimish look?
Jessica Biel- She is so fun. She can be one of the boys but she can also let her feminine side show! 
6.  If you could give yourselves one piece of advice before starting the line, what would it be?
Don’t take the no’s hard and know there will be a zillion knows before there are yes’s.


Erimish just recently launched their sixth and latest collection for the winter season, adding to the spring/summer, fall, resort, game-day and kids collections. Current pieces are available for purchase in select boutiques or their online store at


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Photographer: Klaus Kalde

Best known for his acclaimed role as the elusive, mysterious ‘Sambene’ in Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful,”
accomplished and versatile character actor DANNY SAPANI is a force to be reckoned with, playing diverse and powerful roles in notable projects such as “Misfits,” and “Doctor Who,” and can be seen next starring opposite Stephen Moyer, Lee Jones, and Katey Sagal as “Berber the Moor,” a pivotal character in FX’s answer to “Game of Thrones,” the highly anticipated medieval drama epic THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER airing Tuesday nights at 10pm ET/PT on FX. Created by Kurt Sutter (“Sons of Anarchy”/”The Shield”), “The Bastard Executioner,” is a blood-soaked, medieval epic set in northern Wales narrating the story of a 14th century warrior, Wilkin Brattle (Lee Jones), who sets aside his sword to forge a new life for himself as a wandering executioner amidst a sea of war, rebellion, and political upheaval. Sapani plays the role of “Berber the Moor”, an educated noble of Moroccan decent, who serves as Wilkin’s moral compass throughout the series. He is his steadfast comrade, though his forced conversion to Catholicism deeply conflicts with his devout Muslim beliefs and will lead to tension and conflict far more complex than any battle could.

Congratulations on the show with FX. Could you discuss your character a little more? What would you say you have in common with him? How would you say you are different from your character, Berber?

Thank you! Berber is a joy to play as are the times and world we are creating is to explore. He is a Muslim, and although I am not and don’t have any religious convictions, we do share some personality traits in that our values are quite similar. He is a man who stands up for what he believes in against the odds, in practicing Islam in a Catholic state. There is clearly much to be revealed about his past and the character.

Could you finish the statement? “I am worthy because 

Everyone is. Life is a game of chance. I am grateful for the opportunity to share; love, make a positive contribution, love, give thanks and some more love.

Diversity was the hot topic for this year when it came to television. What are your thoughts about diversity in television and film? Do you think there was a lack of diversity in the past why or why not? What are your thoughts about the future of diversity in television in film and television?

It’s very much a hot topic – I feel we are at crisis point in fact. For too long have the contributions of black people and other minorities (even women) being slighted on our screens, in history and across our popular culture. Without these representations accurately portrayed, we lose a vital part of the jigsaw in deciphering our past and inspiring our children’s future. A collective effort is needed to address this to stop what we now view as important representation being weird or obsolete in the future. To make a costume drama, whether set in the 1700s or the ’70s and to not have a single person of colour on set is preposterous yet is happening all too frequently. The issue is simply that those in power want to tell their own stories, and see their own faces, at the exclusion of others. It’s vital that a shift in diverse representation at the top level happens so we get to tell our own stories and create a realistic legacy for the future.

Everyone at the magazine and in my family loves Penny Dreadful. We are huge fans of your character ‘Sembene’ How was it working on the show? What was your favorite part of working on the show? Can you tell us if there is any way that you are coming back?

Thank you again! Working with John Logan and the team was an amazing experience and I absolutely love the show myself. The entire team were a family and the standards that everyone worked to at very level were top notch. Filming in Dublin was also wonderful as I fell in love with the city, the Irish people and the craic! I am sure I was the envy of most women on the planet being eaten by Josh Hartnett! Will I be coming back? Who knows. The great thing about Penny Dreadful is being dead doesn’t mean the end!


Noteworthy Gatherings: 20th Annual Jeb Bush Classic

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For the past 20 years, Jeb Bush has held his annual Florida Classic in support of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The 20th Annual JEB BUSH Florida Classic Events is sponsored by The Wasie Foundation and presented by AT&T, BB&T, Ford and Premier Beverage this November 19-21, 2015, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In the past 20 years, the JEB BUSH Florida Classic has raised nearly $7.5 million to help support the research and care programs of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The event has advanced from a one-day golf tournament into a three-day event that includes the famous BeachBash, a fishing tournament, golf tournament and the 65 Roses Gala. The event is now one of the largest fundraisers for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s South Florida Office.

Cystic Fibrosis is a life-threatening, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and progressively limits the ability to breathe. People with CF are constantly at risk for respiratory failure and lung damage, as their bodies lose the ability to break down food. “I am so thankful to all of our supporters and sponsors who will be joining us for this extraordinary three-day event which I hope will raise significant funds that will be used to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,” said Former Florida Governor/Honorary Chairman Jeb Bush. “It is a great privilege to serve as honorary chairman of this event and be associated with this tremendous non-profit organization which works tirelessly to search for a cure and research new treatment for cystic fibrosis.”

The weekend kicks off with BeachBash on Thursday, November 19 from 7-10:30 p.m. at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. Individual tickets begin at $100 and include hors d’oeuvres, open bar and entertainment.

This year’s golf tournament will take place at the exclusive Fort Lauderdale Country Club and begins with a delicious breakfast and photo opportunity with Jeb Bush. Each golfer has the opportunity to win fabulous prizes, as well as going home with a first-class goody bag. The golf outing will conclude with a complimentary lunch and silent auction, tickets starting at $500.

The fishing tournament’s Captain’s Meeting and Angler Registration will be on Thursday, November 19 at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. The competition itself will take place on Saturday, November 21 at the Bahia Mar DoubleTree by Hilton. Tickets to compete in the fishing tournament begin at $2,500 and you must bring your own boat.

The 65 Roses Gala will take place on Friday, November 20 at The Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. The event kicks off with a Cocktail Reception featuring a Silent Auction, and includes dinner, entertainment and a live auction to follow. Guests will have the opportunity to meet Jeb Bush and be dazzled by the entertainment of the evening. Tickets for the 65 Roses Gala begin at $500.

Other ticket options are available that include entrance to other events throughout the weekend and VIP access, as well as sponsorship opportunities. To learn more about the 20th Annual JEB BUSH Florida Classic, to purchase tickets, or for sponsorship opportunities, visit or call 954-739-5006.


Editor's Journal


Anya Engel Adams has traveled the world pursuing her dreams and passions. The former elite gymnast and ballerina is currently making a name for herself in the acting field having the opportunity to work with Spike Lee twice. Anya makes an appearance in Spike Lee’s Film Livin the Dream, which was dubbed an ambitious project by many and the upcoming December film Chiraq,

 “A modern day adaptation of the ancient Greek play Lysistrata by Aristophanes, set against the backdrop of gang violence in Chicago.”

She is quietly being identified as Spike Lee’s “It Girl.”

“I play Rashida. She is best friends with the protagonist. They combine forces to protest the violence in Chicago.”

She shared with us a few reasons why you should add the film Chiraq to your holiday must-see film list.

Killer Cast

” The cast is killer. You have a lot of up-and-coming talent but you also have appearances from Dave Chapelle, Wesley Snipes and many more.”

No Violence

“The film is addressing a pressing issue that needs to be seen and talked about. It is great cinema and not a violent film.”


You will enjoy yourself. This is a great female empowerment story. It has an important message and it is well-made. It also showcases never before seen art forms.”