Twisted Silver Supports Living Beyond Breast Cancer

Twisted Silver has chosen to support Living Beyond Breast Cancer throughout the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Twisted Silver designer, Debra Mitchell, specially designed an exclusive silver version of her popular Rag bracelet, designating it the Living Beyond bracelet.   50% of all proceeds from the Living Beyond Bracelet will go directly to Living Beyond Breast Cancer

Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) is dedicated to assisting you, whether you are newly diagnosed, in treatment, recently completed treatment, are years beyond or are living with metastatic breast cancer. We are also here for your family members, caregivers, friends and healthcare providers to provide breast cancer information and support.

To learn more about how you can support Living Beyond Breast Cancer, click here.  Give them a “Like” on Facebook and follow them on Twitter too.

Twisted Silver Giving Back and Wowing Celebs at Emmy Style Lounge

Primetime Emmy nominee, Mare Winningham, in Twisted Silver’s MUM earrings

Emmy Nominees Mare Winningham, Dot Jones, Jason Ritter, Ben Feldman along with Carolyn Hennessy, Lisa Raye McCoy, Victoria Rowell, Jamar Rogers, RJ Mitte and more were wowed by Twisted Silver – the California based jewelry line by designer Debra Mitchell – at Doris Bergman’s Primetime Emmy Style Lounge Wednesday in a coordinated effort to help foster children. 

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Twisted Silver – the California based trend-setting jewelry line by Debra Mitchell — once again wowed celebrities at Doris Bergman’s Primetime Emmy Style Lounge last Wednesday at the beautiful Tuscan country villa Café La Boheme in Hollywood.  The event benefited Wednesday’s Child’ a charity that helps foster kids find homes.

Primetime Emmy Nominees Mare Winningham, Dot Jones, Jason Ritter, Ben Feldman along with Carolyn Hennessy, Lisa Raye McCoy, Victoria Rowell, Jamar Rogers, RJ Mitte celebrated the upcoming awards and enjoyed the styling attention of designer Debra Mitchell at this highly anticipated invitation-only event.

Celebrities clustered around Mitchell at the Twisted Silver table, eager to glimpse, touch and feel the latest addictive and delightfully unconventional mixed raw metal designs.

Mare Winningham, Emmy nominee for her role as Kevin Costner’s costarin History Channel’s Hatfields & McCoys, fell mad for the Mum earrings and said,

“Right now, I’m feeling stunned! You know when you find that PERFECT pair of jeans and you never want to take them off? Twisted Silver’s a bit like that!” 

Dot Jones, Emmy nominee for her role as Coach Beiste on FOX’s Glee, spent time chatting with Mitchell.  She said of all Twisted Silver’s jewelry, “I really DIG this!”

Carolyn Hennesy, vampire Rosalyn Harris on HBO’s True Blood, was wearing Twisted Silver’s HorseBit Belt, made a bee line for the Twisted table, gushing, “Oh, I am in HEAVEN!”

Lisa Raye McCoy (who arrived wearing Twisted Silver’s Gypsy earrings) and Victoria Rowell from VH1’s Single Ladies, were obsessed with the jewelry and expressed that they “love and want it all”

Even the guys found themselves pulled in by the magnetic effect of Twisted Silver, when Mitchell previewed a “guys” ID bracelet to be launched to the public soon.

Jamar Rogers, semi-finalist on the Emmy Nominated season of The Voice, Ben Feldman, Emmy nominee for his role on AMC’s Mad Men, Jason Ritter, Emmy nominee for his role on NBC’s Parenthood, and RJ Mitte from Emmy nominated hit series Breaking Bad all left wearing their Twisted bracelets.

The jewel in the midst of all the Emmy celebrations was the solid undercurrent of giving back to this year’s charitable focus, ‘Wednesday’s Child’, a weekly segment airing on KTTV FOX 11 News, Los Angeles, that features a child in foster care who is available for adoption. Guests donated gifts for the children for a pre-holiday gift drive.  Twisted Silver donated over 200 pieces of jewelry for the girls in foster care. Debra Mitchell, a mother of three, has a tender spot in her heart for foster kids, especially older teens.  She says:

“As much fun as these events are, it is only made better by supporting a heart filled cause like Wednesdays Child.  Who’s looking out for them, preparing them for life ahead, just loving them?  It is as easy as contacting your county foster program.  With such severe cutbacks in these programs, there are so many ways we can help.  My hope is that by calling attention to this cause and donating, others might be encourage to do so as well. ” 

Debra Mitchell’s jewelry line, Twisted Silver, captures attention with mixed raw metals in perfectly imperfect and unconventionally cool designs.  Capturing a strong vintage vibe updated for spot-on trends, Twisted Silver uses reclaimed and discovered finds, upcycled for forward fashion.

Twisted Silver’s online store is at and can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

VH1 Single Ladies Lisa Raye McCoy in Twisted Silver’s Wilma bracelet and Gypsy earrings.

HBO True Blood Carolyn Hennesy “in heaven” with Twisted Silver

Twisted Silver at Muhammad Ali’s Celebrity Fight Night

Twisted Silver had the honor of being in being included in the Jewels and Pinstripes gift bag, created exclusively for the VIP Attendees at Muhammad Ali’s Celebrity Fight Night, the 18th annual gala fundraising event for Parkinson’s disease that was held on Saturday in Pheonix.  The event raised $9.1 million Saturday for the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at St. Joseph’s Barrow Neurological Institute, as well as other charities.

Debra Mitchell, founder and designer of Twisted Silver, said:

“Any time I’m invited by Jewels and Pinstripes, I know it’s going to be a top-notch event.  The best part was that this event was contributing to such noble cause.”

Attendees such as Reba McEntire, Miley Cyrus, Bo Derek, Martina McBride and Rita Wilson to name a few took home Twisted Silver’s XO choker, Lithe Long brass earrings and a gift certificate.


Debra Mitchell Featured Artist at The Gallery at the Station in Ogden, UT

Debra Mitchell, Ogden Utah native and owner/designer of Twisted Silver, will be a featured artist at The Gallery at the Station in Ogden throughout the month of November.  Over 70 one-of-a-kind designs in her collection will be on display and for sale, including many of her eco-friendly creations.  Mitchell will be at the artist’s reception on November 4th from 6:00-8:00 pm.

Twisted Silver jewelry designs by Debra Mitchell are fashion forward uber hip creations in base metal, often asymmetrical, tag-and-clasp-in-front and one-of-a-kind.  Stacy London’s (TLC’s What Not to Wear) own firm, Style for Hire, and national wardrobe consulting company Urban Darling  both choses Twisted Silver as accessory staples.  Celebrities like Sheryl Crow, Maria Shriver, The Bachelor’s Ali Fedotowsky, Cougar Town’s Carolyn Hennesy and Bachelor Pad — and Salt Lake City’s own  — Michelle Money to name a few, are crazy for Twisted’s personality amplifying designs.

Ever “Eco Chic” most pieces are made from cast-off and forgotten materials and made vintage parts, then up-cycled for stunningly beautiful forward fashion.  Utilitarian parts turned gorgeous means green never looked so good.  All Twisted Silver pieces are handmade, carefully assembled in the U.S.A.  Finished designs are never mass-produced anywhere.

Noteworthy pieces to look for at the Gallery in November include the Butterfly cuff, made from a vintage art deco mold and hand-torched for distinctive beauty.  The Time earrings are recycled watch faces, artfully pounded into perfect imperfection and intentionally mis-matched.  Many never-before-seen exclusive designs will be on display and for purchase.

Tens of thousands of Twisted fans are buzzing about the addictive jewelry line on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.  Twisted Silver’s line of jewelry can be found in fashion-forward boutiques across the country and online at

Twisted Silver Joins with Stacy London’s Style for Hire

Twisted Silver is proud to be an official retailer for Style for Hire, a new company founded by “What Not to Wear” Stacy London.  Aiming to make personal stylists available to everyone — not just the rich and famous — Stacy and her team will be personally training stylists via two-day seminars across the country.  Then the stylists, with their Stacy London-signed certificates, will bring their body-based approach to looking fabulous (and their newfound Twisted addiction!) to their hometowns.

The Twisted Silver line is now in the hands of the Style for Hire team and will be traveling to all the metropolitan workshops to be used in styling challenges by the participants.

Looking to participate in a Style for Hire workshop?  Click here for details.

Twisted Silver to Romance the Oscars

Twisted Silver designer, Deb Mitchell, will be honoring the movie industry’s Oscar Nominated actors, former Oscar winners, presenters, enduring Hollywood couples and industry VIPS with her drool-worthy jewelry at the Third Annual Valentine Romance ‘Sneak Peek’ Oscar® Suite on February 8, 2011.

This highly coveted invitation-only event will be held at the Café La Boheme in West Hollywood — world-renown for 5-star cuisine and stunning Tuscan country villa interior — and co-hosted by Jurlique® and produced by Doris Bergman and Kathy Duliakas.

In the spirit of giving back, LoveCuresCancer®, a program of LoveCuresAll®, a 501(c)(3) California non-profit corporation, will be on-site collecting stuffed animals and toys for the children at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. All guests are encouraged to donate one toy or stuffed animal which will be delivered to Children’s Hospital on Valentine’s Day! Founded by like-minded Hollywood filmmakers with the will to make a difference, LoveCuresCancer® raises funding for cancer research as well as improving the daily experience of the children in treatment at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Stay tuned to see which celebs fall head-over-heels in love for Twisted!


Mentoring With Style

Jazmin Whitley — who was the youngest designer ever in a NY Fashion Week and now at the age of 22  dresses Hollywood’s hottest celebs (including Paris Hilton) and stars in TV shows — was the special guest speaker Saturday at Defining Girl Academy, a workshop aimed at empowering teen girls to find their passions in life.

Defining Girl is the non-profit brainchild of Twisted Silver designer, Deb Mitchell, who feels keenly drawn to helping young girls navigate through a confusing world. Deb says:

The world has such a loud voice — TV, movies, music, magazine, what “the crowd” is doing — that it can be hard for girls to hear that quiet voice inside that can lead them to success.  I want to show girls that it can be done.  My message is YOU define YOU… or else someone else will.

50 middle and high school Defining Girls were treated to a day of mentoring through inspiring lectures and classes that focused on identifying their dream and how to make it a reality.  The event space and catering was generously donated by Ruby Hill Golf Club.

Opening the workshop was Faith Alpher, the motivating radio personality and comedian of the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) one woman show ‘Through the Eyes of Faith’.

Then Deb chatted with the girls, delivering the point that kindness is power.  She shared her story of how at the age of just 12 years old she made a conscious decision to not follow the crowd.  To this day, Deb holds up every choice against this benchmark, in her jewelry line and in her life.  Deb showed a media presentation on Jazmin Whitley, highlighting her accomplishments at such a young age, then introduced the designer herself.

Jazmin, in a humble and shy manner, spoke candidly with the girls about her passion for designing and her drive from early on.  She revealed that her faith in God is her quiet center and her guidepost in a loud world.  Then shaking off the “seriousness” she got down to fashion.  Shrugging off her jacket and switching around her jewelry (yes, it was Twisted), she demonstrated how to change a look in a flash.  She talked and answered questions at length about life as a designer and frequently invited the opinions of her business manager, Susan Costa — who just happens to be her mom.

Afterward, all the girls enjoyed a photo op with Jazmin and delicious Sprinkles Cupcakes.  Each girl left with a swag bag of goodies.

Jazmin and Deb said their goodbyes to the young ladies and headed to Orghipchick in Livermore for a sample sale of some of Jazmin’s newest creations.  Fans stopped in to meet the two designers and get first-hand styling tips in a relaxed atmosphere.  All in all,  it was a fabulous day of mentoring with style.

Watch for upcoming Defining Girl events.  But in the meantime, how are YOU a Defining Girl?


Meet Designers Jazmin Whitley and Deb Mitchell

Ever want to meet the creative mind behind your favorite on-trend clothing and accessories?  SF Bay area fans, mark your calendars for January 22, because you’re in for a treat.

Fashion designer, Jazmin Whitley (MTV’s House of Jazmin) will be at Orghipchick in Livermore on Saturday, January 22 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm for a meet-and-greet and a sample sale of her Li Cari clothing line.  Jazmin launched her first clothing line at the age of 17, making her the youngest designer to do so.  A year later, she was the youngest designer to show at NY Fashion Week.  Numerous stars wear her designs, including Paris Hilton, and she’s been featured in practically every fashion magazine.  She continues to wow the fashion industry each year.

Twisted Silver designer, Deb Mitchell, will be joining Jazmin at the sample sale too.  Meet the artist responsible for your Twisted Silver addiction and get a chance to touch, feel and try on your most coveted Twisted pieces.


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Fashion Desginer Jazmin Whitely Teams with Twisted to Mentor Young Girls

Press Release: Pleasanton, California January 7, 2011

Award winning fashion designer and star of MTV’s House of Jazmin, Jazmin Whitely, will be in Pleasanton to host a special event for local teen girls with Debbie Mitchell, founder and designer of Twisted Silver.  The event, called  Defining Girl Academy , aims to help enable girls to start living out their own dreams. The day will consist of activities, workshops, and speakers that will encourage the girls in attendance to embrace their individuality.

Fashion designer Jazmin Whitley at age 19 was the youngest person to show at New York Fashion Week at Bryant Park. After putting on a fashion show in high school, she received enough support from the community around her to pursue her dreams all the way to success. With two show rooms in Los Angeles, her designs can be seen all over the red carpets at events such as the MTV Movie Awards, the Teen Choice Awards, and the Emmy Awards. “I look for situations where I can inspire younger girls to start now in accomplishing their dreams.  This is just that kind of opportunity, ” says Whitley. Following the event the community is invited to meet the designer from 2-4pm for a sample sale at Orghipchick located on 2074 1st St. Livermore, CA.

Mitchell started Defining Girl for young women just starting to explore their passions and dreams. She says:

“Pop culture has a loud voice. It has a way of drowning out our quiet but very important inner voice. This event is geared to helping them tune into what is unique and innately different about them. This very thing is what will allow a person to have unlimited success in this world.”

Defining Girl acts as a community of women and girls who support one another and strives to inspire and encourage individuality. The community is fueled by each Defining Girl and her own, one-of-a-kind journey. Mitchell attributes her success to the fact that she had an incredible support system and she wants to give the same opportunity to the girls today.

The Defining Girl Academy will be held at the lovely Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton, California on January 22, 2011. Interested teen girls are encouraged CLICK HERE for application information and to join Defining Girl. Applications are due January 14, 2011.

About Twisted Silver: Above and Beyond the Call of Jewelry; Perfectly Imperfect with earthy base metals, recycled, found objects and vintage asymmetry throughout. Uber hip Hollywood elite and the fashion world are buzzing about Twisted Silver. Wear Twisted, but be prepared. You’re gonna get asked!

About Li Cari: Designer Jazmin Whitley bring a passion and persistence to the world of couture fashion with her intricate detail and use of indulgent materials. This artist pushes the boundaries of conventional fashion precepts. Li Cari lingers on timeless and classic looks that are eternally appealing, with a modern touch influenced by her youthful and innovative personality.

Media inquiries- Tina[at]twisted-silver[dot]com