Design changes and unusual materials, like blackened gold and ceramic, move this classic style onto new courts.
A tennis bracelet is a classic: small stones in simple, linear settings. But that minimalist look is now being reinterpreted with new materials, design advances and other changes.
Customers want different takes on the style, according to Elyse Walker, founder and chief executive of the California fashion boutiques that bear her name. “Jewelry has gotten really exciting, so people think of it in a fashionable way,” she said. “Not just in the long-term- investment way.” (Of course, the original tennis bracelet — which fell off while Chris Evert, who was wearing it, was playing
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