ERTH was founded in 2016 by Australian supermodel, jewelry designer and entrepreneur, Nicole Trunfio. After spending time working in the jewelry studios of NYC developing her fine, Trunfio Universe, Nicole decided to develop a line that was wearable everyday and accessible to women. ERTH was born.
ERTH offcially launched Dec 2016, partnering with FWRD. After 3 short months of being open for business, ERTH has become a favorite of celebrities, including regulars Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Rosie Huntington - Whitely, Chanel Iman, Pheobe Tonkin, Behati Prinsloo, Padma Lakshmi and Adriana Lima. ERTH has also been favorited by top stylists including Monica Rose, Elizabeth Sulcer, and Alex White and featured in TVC for Maybelline with Gigi Hadid. ERTH has also been showcased on KTLA and did a partnership with American Express for #shopsmallsaturday.
ERTH has become a highlight to fashion editors and has been featured in publications such as VOGUE, ELLE, Harpers Bazaar, InStyle, Who What Wear and The Zoe Report. It is often featured as the new ‘go to’ ‘everyday’ jewelry brand.
ERTH Royals collection, was originally an exclusive collaboration with FWRD, since then the line has been expanded and developed and will launch on the ERTH e-commerce website on July 1st ( www.erthjewelry.com ) which will also feature a ‘new look’ website. Features of the new collection are the “Trapeze earring” which is a completely convertible earring, making it customizable to your everyday look and features 14k gold and diamonds. Vintage crosses define this collection and are scattered between sleeper hoops, vintage charm necklaces, and threader earrings. This seasons ‘must have’ and most coveted item, is ERTH’s UBER EXCLUSIVE “14k x Vintage” Jacket, which is made of vintage brooches and patches and solid 14k gold chain. Each jacket is completely unique and has its own personality, retails for $2700.
All items will are available for purchase, online at www.erthjewelry.com and ships worldwide. ERTH currently stocks in FWRD, REVOLVE, Just One Eye, Broken English, Tenant, By George and Free People.