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According to a recent survey, 72% of people between the ages of 18 - 29 report being spiritual but not religious -- they're not fully committed to one particular ideology, and they pick little bits from here and there. That would seem to be a pretty big audience for the jewelry designs of Alexandra St. Clair. The designer, already a favorite among lots of Angeleno celebrities, just opened a store that's chock-full of crosses, friendship bracelets, crosses, Buddha figures, Stars of David, and other well fashioned faith symbols. Beyond the heavily iconic designs, there's a lot of jewelry that has a distinctly vintage look to it, and even some DIY options that use beads and charms. And not only is there a trinket for every faith, there's one for every budget: some of the simpler pieces start around $20, but you can easily drop a few thousand, too.
· Alexandra St. Clair [Official Site]
· Spiritual But Not Religious [CNN]