Shop till you Drop
This website,www.etsshopping.com stands for Enlightenment Through Shopping which expresses Vicki's love of shopping and how she looks upon jewelry as those did in ancient and historical times when jewelry seemed to have a purpose as an amulet or ritual object,a spiritual symbol.
I love to travel the world and shop for antique jewelry and jewelry made from the loving hands and minds of designers. It is like a voyage of archeological digging-digging into times and cultures past gone and yet to come and very enlightening. I love the flea markets in London, and in Paris on Sunday is the famed Marche Aux Puces that is an event in itself. Brussels with Les Sablon on Sunday,Dublin in Blackrock,Tokyo the temple grounds ,Prague with the 11th century to present memories,and Santa Monica the airport and Miami for Mafia jewelry.I love seeing the collections of contemporary jewelers who make each piece with a unique vision.
But most of all, I like to show and sell to these people who are the most wonderfully creative people: Costume Designers and Wardrobe professionals who make TV and film characters come alive with their esthetics. These creative people who are the most organized and hard working of anyone in film and TV and know how to shop. This site celebrates the joy of shopping.
Vicki B. Lynn is an archeological jewelry hunter who travels the world in search of great finds reflective of great times.
Her other job is as international television and new media events producer through her company www.Satelliteevents.com. Ms. Lynn has served as a producer on such notable television events as The Millennium Dome Celebrations, "Live Aid" (an interactive rock concert between Philadelphia and London broadcast worldwide to the largest viewing audience in the history of television), "The Hundredth Anniversary of the Eiffel Tower" (in Paris), "Good Morning Mr. Orwell" (an interactive between Paris, New York, and San Francisco), "The Who-The Final Concert," and many other international events for TV and the web.
The London Film Fashion Centre
This event will contribute to Power of Hands Foundation(
helping the lacemakers of Sri Lanka rebuild their lives
As Art: Image Magazine Article 2003
and Drop: Article Dublin Daily Friday 27th June 2003