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The annual swimsuit issue of Southern Boating magazine is out.

This year, the models and their captains took their power boats to the famed Stiltsville, a historical location at sea, where Biscayne bay, near Miami, meets the edge of the earth.

In addition to the beautiful swimsuits they modeled, you can see them wearing Miss Nyet Jewelry around their wrists.

Want to check out the whole 16-page feature? Dreaming about sailing on your own boat someday to explore the jewels of the South and the Caribbean? To get information about the magazine and to subscribe, please visit:

In the meantime, here are a couple photos featuring Miss Nyet Jewelry.



Model wearing the octopus leather cuff. (Photo Credit: Scott Pearson)

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Model sporting the Staple bracelet in brown leather and red suede (Photo credits: Scott Pearson)

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Mark your calendars: Miss Nyet Publishing and Miss Nyet Jewelry exhibit again in Chicago, this time at the Lycee Francais French market.

The event kicks off with a special party on friday night: click here to purchase tickets.

The market continues all week end and is open to the public, celebrating all things French, from art, to clothing, to food (of course), to jewelry and literature with, bien sur, Miss Nyet!

What is not to love about eating crepes, knowing that your kids are being entertained at the children’s pavilion while you shop?Read on to get the details:

Don’t miss this popular event and find all relevant info here:


Lycee francais de Chicago

613 Bittersweet place

A tres bientôt!

Miss Nyet

Referred to as “a fashionista’s paradise” by, Modern Vintage Chicago is the only place you will find vintage clothing, jewelry and vanities by style icons such as Halston, Balenciaga, Patrick Kelly and Chanel, alongside Chicago’s leading Indie Designers.

Modern Vintage Chicago is designed to fuse the worlds of forward contemporary design and classic vintage fashion for shoppers that appreciate both worlds.


Discover Miss Nyet Jewelry’s new fall/winter collection:




Free parking in the huge onsite lot.



10AM-5PM with early buying Saturday 8 am



You are cordially invited to join us at the Green Goddess Boutique on Armitage for a trunk show and a cocktail party to celebrate the launch of Chicago Blooms fragrance.

The Chicago Blooms fragrance initiative was commissioned with the city to harvest wild flowers on vacant city lots, etc and to turn it into a unique fragrance. 
Select Chicago designers, including Delphine Pontvieux (of Miss Nyet Jewelry) will be showing their collections at the trunk show.
Enjoy the opportunity to chat with the designers, glass of wine in hand, while you browse the newly launched

“NON ET NON – the affirmative collection.” 

This is a public event. Free free to bring along friends who like to shop!
Please RSVP to by october 22nd. 


Spread the word:

the much awaited fall/winter 2012 collection by Delphine Pontvieux, creator of Miss Nyet Jewelry, is out.






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The Chicago Literary Hall of Fame is thrilled to announce that its 3rd annual induction ceremony will be held Nov. 30 at the Chicago Cultural Center’s Claudia Cassidy Theater as part of the city’s 150th Birthday Celebration.

In anticipation to this event, you are invited this saturday at the CLHOF silent auction and cocktail party, hosted by SNL comedian and actress Nora Dunn, at the Hilton/Asmus contemporary 716 N. Wells in Chicago.

A limited amount of tickets is still available for purchase. Details for the party can be found here.


Attached is an article about Delphine Pontvieux, who will also be in attendance at the event, written by Donald G. Evans, founder and executive director of the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame.


Does she juggle too?

“You might know Delphine Pontvieux as the author of the thriller ETA and the publisher of Miss Nyet Publishing. Or you might know her as a tri-athlete, scuba instructor, waterboarder or rock climber. Maybe you’re aware of her work as an actress in LOL, where she played Joan of Arc’s mother. You could have bumped into her in her travels as an international saleswoman and promoter in the music and entertainment industries. Perhaps you just know her as the really tall and attractive French woman.
Now, in a kick to the face to all of us trying to get one thing right, she designs jewelry.” Read the rest of the article here.


It is official, the new Miss Nyet Jewelry fall/winter collection is out!

Featuring a lot of Latigo leather, suede lace and hammered old French coins, it has already captured the attention of the public!

So much so, the booth was given a blue ribbon by patrons of the Randolph Street market this morning.

If you are in Chicago, come by tomorrow to try on the different styles.

If not able to attend, or you live outside the city, state, or even country, do not despair. The new catalog, available in PDF format, will be available by the end of next week. Just send an email to anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com to request your copy, so you can browse our new collection.

In the meantime, here are a few photos from our booth, as well as a couple of our new bracelets. Enjoy!


The LATIGO bracelet:

The LATIGO is a unisex bracelet. It is made of Latigo leather, a cattle hide leather which is used for saddlery work and numerous other outdoor uses, wherever a supple, durable leather is needed. It is thick, yet soft to the touch and gorgeous.

It is available in two colors, brown and black (brown is 1 5/8 wide and black is 1 1/4) and 2 standard wrist sizes, 7 1/2 and 8 1/2 inches long.

However, since I make the jewelry to order, I can custom made your order to a specific wrist size for a perfect fit, as well as mix-and-match colors as needed, such as brown on black or vice versa.

The anchor shackle, as well as the snap-in clasp are made of stainless steel, which won’t rust.

Send an email to anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com to place your order.

  • 90 US$ + 9.50% tax for Illinois residents –



The “STAPLE” leather and suede bracelet


Now this is a fun one to wear, as you can mix and match it with many other bracelets in the Miss Nyet Jewelry collection, or you can wear a few of them together in different colors/beads combinations.

The STAPLE is made of either black or brown 1/2 inch wide Latigo leather, a cattle hide leather which is used for saddlery work and numerous other outdoor uses, wherever a supple, durable leather is needed. It is available in various combinations of suede colors, including: rust, beige, black, turquoise, red, electric blue or purple, with metal beads and/or rivets.

Standard size is approx. 7 1/4 to 7 1/2 inch in length.

Since I make the jewelry to order, I can custom make your order to a specific wrist size for a perfect fit, as well as mix-and-match colors and beads as needed.

Send an email to anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com to place your order.

  • 1 staple bracelet: 25 US$, 3 for 65 US$ or 6 for 100 US$ (+ 9.50% tax for Illinois residents) –


The “CONCHO” leather and stainless steel or solid brass


The CONCHO is a wraparound-style bracelet made of either black or brown 1/2 inch wide Latigo leather, a cattle hide leather which is used for saddlery work and numerous other outdoor uses, wherever a supple, durable leather is needed. The bracelet is over 30 inches in length and designed to wrap itself 4 times around your wrist. It is adorned with a “concho,” a decorative metal piece that is usually added to leather items such as saddle strings. While conchos can be very intricate in their designs, this one is made of either stainless steel (silver) or solid brass (gold) and polished to a mirror-like finish.

The CONCHO bracelet is available either plain, or adorned with suede lace in the following colors: rust, beige, black, turquoise, red, electric blue or purple.

Send an email to anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com to place your order.

  • Leather band with stainless or brass concho: 60 US$ (+ 9.50% tax for Illinois residents)
  • Leather band with stainless or brass concho, adorned with the suede lace color of your choice: 75 US$ (+ 9.50% tax for Illinois residents)


We hope you will like them as much as we enjoy making them!

Every piece is hand-made by Delphine Pontvieux. We welcome custom orders so let us know what you want and we will do our best to make it a reality!

Wishing you all a fantastic weekend,

Miss Nyet



Where did the summer go? It sure went by way too fast, but the good part is, we did not have a minute to spare to pretend to be bored!

But, fear not, we’re back!

Just like a squadron of hawks swooping down on a field mice convention, the brand new Miss Nyet bracelet collection is about to latch onto your unsuspecting wrists.

When and where can you discover the new creations, you ask?

  • If you are in the Chicago area this weekend, Saturday 29 and Sunday 30th of September, you are in luck:

Delphine Pontvieux, who creates all her jewelry by hand, here in the city, will unveil her new collection this weekend at the Randolph Street Market.

As seen in Travel & Leisure, the NY Times, Lucky Magazine and featured on TV news shows and web casts, the Randolph Street Market Festival is considered “a mecca of cool”, “the best hot spot for antiquing”, “the best Chicago venue for people watching”, and “the Barney’s of Vintage”. As one of Chicago’s most happening monthly parties, Randolph Street Market has become the summer destination!”

The Randolph Street Market Festival is home to the world-renowned Chicago Antique MarketIndie Designer Market, Modern Vintage Chicago and the Holiday Market. This European-style, indoor-outdoor urban antique market in the historic West Loop neighborhood features 200 select purveyors of high quality, amazingly priced “finds”, offering unlimited creative inspiration and hours of fun. Shoppers can find furnishings, vintage clothing, jewelry, collectibles, etc.


DON’T MISS THE NEXT INDIE DESIGNER MARKET (PART OF RANDOLPH STREET MARKET): Saturday, Sept 29, 2012 10am-6pm Sunday, Sept 30, 2012 10am-5pm

1340 W. Washington – Chicago, IL Plumbers Hall – Indoors & Outdoors

You will find Miss Nyet Jewelry’s booth indoors at Plumber’s Hall, in the Indie Designer section of the Market. 


  • If you are not in Chicago (or unable to attend the Randolph street market): 

We invite you to like Miss Nyet Jewelry on Facebook. Graphics of the new models will start to be added onto the page starting this weekend. Go there and see for yourself!

The fall/winter digital catalog (in PDF format) will soon be available upon request. (Email anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com today and include ‘Catalog’ in subject line to request your own copy).

Orders can be placed starting this Saturday, September 29th.

As always, all our jewelry can be customized: You like a bracelet, but need it in a special size? You love a particular style, but would prefer it in a different color/pattern? Never hesitate to contact us so we can help you design your dream bracelet!

Also, the Anchor Bracelet summer collection was such a hit, thanks to the mighty power of word-of-mouth alone and stellar comments and referrals, that we will continue to custom-make them for you all year round.

Email us at anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com and include “Anchor bracelet guide” to receive your “how-to” guide to design and order your anchor bracelet.

This year proved to be another successful lit fest in beautiful, hot and sunny Chicago.

Who says people don’t buy books anymore? Judging from the never ending crowd of Chicagoans strolling among the booths, listening to readings and chatting with authors at their tables, it looked like the written word has a future, and a bright one at that.

It is such a pleasure for an author to meet face to face with fans and prospective readers alike. Some who bought Pontvieux’s novel ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest last year came back to the booth to talk, give their feedback and impressions about the story. The only thing they seemed disappointed about was that the sequel to ETA was not for sale yet! Do not despair, Delphine Pontvieux is hard at work and we are confident the sequel will be there for them to buy well before next Printers Row!

Another first at the fair was the very first public presentation of her jewelry collection, Anchor Bracelets.

Many visitors at the fair left with their own one-of-a-kind bracelet, hand-made by Delphine Pontvieux. We will be showcasing her latest work online here soon, so stay tuned. In the meantime, should you want to hear more about the collection, and how to order your custom made piece of jewelry, you can contact her at to receive a pdf file that explains step-by-step how to design and order your own bracelets from her. (or to order a specific model from her existing collection.)

Check out the photo gallery of the Miss Nyet booth, which we, like the previous years, shared with our good friends at Avendia Publishing.

If you missed the event, order your hardcopy of ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest on our site and Pontvieux will be glad to personalize it for you!

keep on reading, always,

The Miss Nyet Crew

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