Stealth style seekers are also aware that the great majority of the Frye Store's jewelry is sourced from the Pacific Northwest. And if you're that savvy, you also know that the Frye is great about bringing in the makers they represent, and letting you interact with them and their work directly.
Case in point, a trunk show with Portland jewelry designer and hands-on crafter Natalie Joy.
Museum folks tell us that on Sunday, October 5 from 11 to 5, Joy will be "debuting her new fall line, Shape Shifter, a two-toned geometric collection with a focus on pivoted movement, and oscillation. Each piece moves and changes shape while wearing it."