Some of the oldest buildings in Chicago line Wabash Avenue between Washington and Monroe Streets. It is here that Chicago jewelers relocated after the devastation of the Great Chicago Fire, their entrepreneurial grit untarnished by the flames. This stretch of the avenue has since been known as Jeweler’s Row. It seemed fitting to name our most stand-out style Wabash. Intensely hued chalk violet and lilac candy stand out defiantly while slate galaxy and pyrite galaxy not-so-subtly shimmer.