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Sarah Trueman, co-designer of the celeb favorite jewelry Honey Rose & K has relocated from Columbus, Ohio, to the Philly area, and we recommend you take full advantage of the situation. To help the line gets its footing here in Philly, Honey Rose & K is offering 30% off online purchases with code Racked, making this a good time to scoop the Long Fringe Necklace ($70), Honey Rose & K's current top seller from the perennially popular Oh Deer collection. (For the initiated, here's a short Honey Rose & K primer: The handcrafted, USA-made pieces make use of found objects—think reclaimed fur, feathers, and deer antlers, plus vintage beads, coins, and findings—and prices max out at $100. )
During the process of securing the line's first Philadelphia stockist, West Philly's VIX Emporium, Trueman came to the realization that Philly's retail scene is, in a word, different: "There isn't just one place to shop," Trueman says. "There are dozens of quaint pockets around the city lined with indie boutiques that make shopping a true experience! It's been overwhelming (in a great way)."