Alexis Bittar jewelry gets me thinking about life and death. I love his stuff so much I’d like to have it with me forever. Translucent lucite adorned with gold, silver and sparkles? To die.
I’m not impressed that Michelle Obama, Rachel Zoe, Rihanna, Lady Gaga wear it. The reason I’m addicted to to it is that I get compliments. I’m an only child, isn’t it always about me?
It got me thinking: Maybe I could spend eternity with it. Not that anyone wants to die but what’s wrong with planning ahead? I’m pro-cremation. It’s good for the environment, clean, and cheaper than a burial.
I’ll give instructions for my family to order an urn with a tall, custom-made neck to hold a stack of Alexis Bittar bracelets for a super glam look.
Perhaps we could even add some necklaces to the base?
The perfect location is the window of his W. 3rd Street boutique. I’d be facing Son of a Gun and The Churchill so I could feel like I’m “on the scene.” Or perhaps they could move me around from boutique to boutique (like King Tut’s tomb) so I could travel to exotic places. By 2060, there’d be 5,000 stores in trendy spots.
Maybe death won’t be so bad. I’ll be rockin’ the Alexis Bittar, traveling and “on the scene” – what more could a girl (dead or alive) want?