Thursday, March 12, 2009

Joe Jonas Braclet Issue Clearup!

I got a few emails about this, so you all probably saw the article on OceanUP suddenly about Joe Jonas and Camilla Belle sharing a bracelet, the photos they use, Camilla Belle did a photo shoot for Nylon Magazine. Usually at magazine shoots they pick out accessories and clothing to wear. Joe been wearing that bracelet for awhile because back in December 2008 because he got it at a truck show that had the bracelet. Just because they may have the same similar bracelet doesn’t mean anything bad at all! Yet the have similar jewelry that supports a organization that helps children in Malawai. You can get your own by clicking here. Also, doesn’t mean either you can be rude and judge her or them and call her/them inappropriate names. You can even get your own version by clicking here. Here is the link to the pic of Camilla wearing 'his' bracelet:

Bracelet Picture

Joe Jonas wearing Joseph Brooks

From alternative music impresario (he was one of the first to showcase U2, Depeche Mode, The Cure and Culture Club in the U.S.) to owner of Vinyl Fetish on Melrose through the ’80s to DJ (spins Saturdays at Bang! at the Ruby to crowds of 1,500), it would seem that Joseph Brooks took an unlikely turn as a jewelry designer, but it turns out life for him has simply come full circle. He made avid study or minerals, rocks and shells as a child, which he’s turned into individually crafted bracelets and necklaces worn by Lenny Kravitz, John Mayer, Justin Timberlake, Siouxsie Sioux, among others.
Brooks will be at one of our favorite modern decor/lifestyle shops A+R (1121 Abbot Kinney Boulevard) this Saturday, December 6, for an all-day trunk show from 11am-8pm, featuring 10%-20% off much of his collection. When the clock strikes 5pm, the Prosecco and other bubbly accompaniments will come out for a party hosted by A+R owner Rose Apodaca, stylist Arianne Phillips and nightlife impresario Bryan Rabin. Fittingly, Joseph has created the music mix for the night. [Racked Wire]
Source: LA Racked