Emma & Chloé French Jewelry Subscription Boxes A Review of the June Box + Code

Emma & Chloe June Subscription Box Necklace

Financial compensation was not received by me for this blog post. A sample product was gifted to me from Emma & Chloé for my review. Opinions expressed here are solely my own.


My June subscription box from Emma & Chloé arrived a few days ago and I couldn’t wait to share all the great information that I have about its contents with you! From photos to videos to my own personal review, there is so much to put in this post!  I’ll definitely try to be succinct and organized so you won’t miss any of the information!

Emma & Chloe June Subscription Box Necklace

I.    History of Emma & Chloé*

The idea for Emma & Chloé began in the Fashion Week streets of Paris while hunting the most cutting-edge work from the most up-and-coming designers. The pieces had to be unique, chic and embody the highly-coveted French style.

From pop-up shops to invite-only trunk shows, the Fashion Capital of the World offered a wealth of emerging talent, just waiting to be discovered. It was an exciting, challenging and, above all, time-consuming task.

It was then the concept was born: Why not showcase our discoveries to France’s most stylish women by bringing these high-quality, fashion-forward jewelry designs straight their doors?

Four years and 13,000 subscribers later, Emma & Chloé now brings the best of French jewelry design to women all across Europe and the United States.

*This information came directly from the Emma & Chloé website.

II.     Creation of the Month

Emma & Chloe June Jewelry Subscription Box

Emma & Chloe June Jewelry Subscription Box

Of course you want to know what is contained in the jewelry box, right?  The June box contains a stunning necklace called the Sunhorn necklace which is made of brass and gilded with gold or soaked in a silver bath.  The June jewelry designer is Vadine Sister.  Contained in the jewelry box is a “June Gazette” which has a ten question interview with the designer.

III.     Review

The Sunhorn necklace is very eye-catching and quite beautiful.  My necklace is gold because it goes better with my skin tone and I can wear it with a myriad of different styles from casual to more formal dress.  It is interchangeable with different outfits.  The necklace is quite versatile because you can wear it in the back or front as seen in the photos provided below by Emma & Chloé.

Emma & Chloe June Jewelry

Emma & Chloe June Jewelry

VI.     Special Offer for Subscription Plan + CODE

Would you like your very own Sunhorn necklace in your choice of gold or silver?  If so, be sure to subscribe before June 30th!  To get $10 off your very own subscription plan, just use the code STYLE10.  You will begin receiving stunning French jewelry pieces in the mail each month!  How exciting!


How to Pronounce 60 Fashion Designer’s Names A Phonetic Guide to Pronouncing Most Major Fashion Designer's Names

How to Pronounce 60 Designer's Names


How to Pronounce 60 Designer's Names

How many times have you adored a designer’s work, but been baffled as to how to pronounce their name? Do you love the designs of Nicolas Ghesquière and Demna Gvasalia, but you’re unsure how to say each of their names?  I was unsure myself until I consulted various sources and made this list!  The following list gives the phonetic spelling for most of the major designers so you will feel confident in pronouncing your favorite designer’s names when you show off their designs or simply admire their work!

Adrien Caillaudaud, artistic director, Carven: ai-dree-en kai-oh-dough

Alber Elbaz, former creative director, Lanvin: ahl-bare el-bahz

Alessandro Michele




Alexandre Vauthieraleks-andr vau-tee-aye

Alexis Martial, artistic director, Carven: al-ex-ee mar-she-ahl

Andrew Gnandrew ghen (with a hard “g”)

Ann Demeulemeesterann de-mule-eh-meester

Anthony Vaccarello




Ariel Ovadia, co-founder, Ovadia & Sons: are-ee-el oh-vah-dya

Bouchra Jarrar




Carin Rodebjer, founder and creative director, Rodebjer: kaar-in ro-duh-beer

Christian Wijnantskri-stee-ahn vine-ants (but, FYI, he’s happy with “wine-ants,” too, because Wijnants means “wine merchant” in Flemish)

Christophe Lemaire, founder and designer, Lemaire and artistic director, Uniqlo U: kree-stoff le-mair

Christopher De Vos, designer and partner, Peter Pilotto: kris-tuh-fer de-voes

Consuelo Castiglioni, creative director, Marni: con-sway-lo cas-tig-lee-oh-nee

Dao-Yi Chow, designer and co-founder, Public School: dao-wee chow

Demna Gvasalia




Duro Olowudure-oh o-low-woo

Erdem Moralioglu, designer, Erdem: er- dem moralee-oh-glue

Ermanno Scervinoerr-mah-no sher-vee-no

Fausto Puglisifao-sto poo-yee-zee

Francesco Scognamigliofran-ces-ko- sko-gna-mi-glio

Gosha Rubchinskiygoe-sha roob-chin-skee

Guo Peigwo-pay

Haider Ackermannay-der ak-er-man

Hedi Slimane, former creative director, Saint Laurent Paris: ed-ee slim-ahn

Huishan Zhanghway-shan tzahng

Hussein Chalayanhu-se-in cha-la-yan

Ji Ohjee-oh

Jonathan Simkhaijon-a-thon sim-ky (like “eye“)

Josep Font, creative director, Delpozo: joe-sep font

Joseph Altuzarra, designer and founder, Altuzarra: joe-sef ull-too-zah-ra

Maria Grazia Chiuri




Markus Lupfer: mar-kus lupp-fur (as in “up” and fur, like, “animal fur“)

Marta Marques, co-founder, Marques’Almeida: mar-ta mar-kes

Mary Katrantzoumar-ee ka-tran-zoo

Massimo Giorgetti, creative director, Pucci and founder, MSGM: mas-ee-moe george-eh-tee

Misha Nonoomee-sha new-new (like, “old old, new new“)

Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski




Nicolas Ghesquière




Olivier Rousteing




Paulo Almeida, co-founder, Marques’Almeida: pow-lo al-may-da

Phoebe Philo, creative director, Céline: fee-bee file-oh

Pierpaolo Piccioli




Prabal Gurung




Raf Simons




Riccardo Tisci




Robert Tagliapietra, designer and co-founder, now-closed Costello Tagliapietra and recently launched JCRT: ro-bert tag-lee-ya-pee-ay-tra

Roksanda Ilincic, designer and founder, Roksanda: rock-sand-a ill-in-chich

Ryan Rocherye-an rowsh

Shimon Ovadia, co-founder, Ovadia & Sons: shim-ohn oh-vah-dya

Simon Porte Jacquemus, designer and founder, Jacquemus: see-mohn port jahk-muhss

Simone Rochasee-mone ro-sha

Tadashi Shojita-da-shee sho-jee

Thakoon Panichgul, designer and founder, Thakoon: tah-koon pah-nich-gull

Thea Bregazzi, designer and co-founder, Preen: thee-ah bru-gahz-ee

Timo Weiland, designer and co-founder, Timo Weiland: tee-mo why-land

Ulyana Sergeenkouhl-yahn-uh se-air-jane-koh

Veronique Branquinhover-on-neek brahn-kin-oh

Vika Gazinskayavee-kah gahv-in-skee-yah

Yigal Azrouëlyee-gal ahz-roo-el