Stockton Row: Modern But Timeless Accessories

Stockton Row: Modern But Timeless Accessories

When in Manila, or anywhere else really, it’s difficult to invest in modern pieces. With everything being so fast-paced and ever-changing nowadays, one thing can be modern one minute and totally dated and bin-worthy the next. Thankfully, accessory line Stockton Row has struck the balance between modern and classic to create pieces that you would want to keep in your closet forever.


Stockton Row: Modern But Timeless Accessories

Accessories can make or break an outfit, but with pieces from Stockton Row‘s expansive debut collection, it’s impossible to go wrong.


StocktonRow_27Above: Pontevera and San Sebastian (neck pieces), with Shensi worn as a bracelet

With Stockton Row, you don’t have to try too hard. In fact, you don’t even have to try at all.


Even a plain shirt like this can look ten times better paired with the right neck and arm candy.


I just love this middle-finger hand accessory!

Stockton Row pieces are handcrafted from the finest materials.

StocktonRow_33Check out the amount of work and detail that went into this Cadiz pendant!


Stockton Row’s Kenya (photographed here with Cairo) is such a cool piece – I just had to use it again! 


Above: Cadiz, Cairo, and Kenya

Each piece from Stockton Row has a story behind it. Influenced largely by travel, Stockton Row will take you around the globe: from the opulence and rich culture of Rome —


Syria is a neck piece made of metal handcrafted to look like Roman coins.

— to Vietnam’s war history and myths;




 Lai Chau, Yen Bai, and Vinh Phuc (from top to bottom) all use military ball chains as a nod to Vietnam’s mythical war hero Thanh Giong.

From ancient Egypt’s basket-weaving industry —




Dahab, Aswan, Cairo (from top to bottom) and Luxor (photographed above with Vinh Phuc) are all woven as an homage to the earliest known civilization to ever weave baskets.

— to Spain’s strong religious roots.





The materials used in Cadiz (first two photos), Madrid,  and San Sebastian and Tolendo (photographed together in the second to the last photo) are reminiscent of beads of traditional Spanish rosaries.

In a sense, with Stockton Row, you’re actually wearing the world!


Founded in 2013, Stockton Row is a line of handcrafted accessories catering to women with the most discernible tastes.



When in Manila, sophisticated can be wearable, tough can be delicate, and modern can be timeless – all thanks to the accessories of Stockton Row.

text by: Angelica Pascual

photos by: Rich Mascarinas

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