Stephen Webster’s “Fly By Deco Drive” collection is being sold exclusively at select Neiman Marcus locations and online.

New York--Stephen Webster is in the midst of a pop-up effort with Neiman Marcus that puts not only the designer’s jewelry talent but also his affinity for home décor on display.

Launched in December and concluding this May, Webster’s pop-up is hosted at six select Neiman Marcus locations: Troy, Michigan; San Antonio, Texas; Austin, Texas; Northpark in Dallas, Texas; Coral Gables, Florida; and Atlanta, Georgia. Select items are available online. 

The pop-ups feature an assortment of curated pieces from Webster’s classic jewelry collections as well as the new “Fly By Deco Drive” collection, which is exclusive to the department store.

Fly By Deco Drive is another exploration of Webster’s love of a romantic and powerful butterfly motif.



Rings, pendant necklaces and stud earrings are rendered in two color ways: 18-karat white gold with white diamonds and black enamel, and 18-karat rose gold with pink sapphires and white enamel.

The designs depict angular wings that at once reference nature and rock ‘n’ roll.

“The figurative nature of Fly By Deco Drive means that we have the ability to revive this story and offer once again the fantasy and wit that Stephen Webster clients have come to expect and enjoy,” Webster said.

Prices for Fly By Deco Drive start at $1,750 for a rose gold and pink sapphire pendant and reach $4,500 for white gold and diamond stud earrings. Several of Webster’s pieces from signature collections at the pop-ups retail for more.

In addition to jewelry, Webster is also selling some of his classic home décor items, which display the designer’s sense of irreverence and fun. They include a set of luxurious kitchen knives with handles depicting animals, a vape pipe, and even a tea strainer. Prices start at $40 for a coffee mug. 


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