Dannijo jewelry model

Make a statement with great jewelry from Dannijo. Photo: Bjorn Looss, courtesy of Dannijo.com

The edgy-chic accessories line Dannijo (a favorite of Beyoncé, Blake Lively and Lake Bell) just launched an addictive new Website that's part retail therapy, part inspiration.

With an eye-candy mix of editorial, styling ideas and gorgeous images, the site is a one-stop shop for the jewelry-obsessed.

"It's the ultimate accessories experience," Dannijo co-founder Danielle Snyder, who designs the line of mixed metal and Swarovski crystal statement-making jewelry with her sister Jodie, told StyleList. "We've really attempted to expose the brand by infusing both of our personalities into the shopping experience."

Pulse, the journal-like section on the site, allows a sneak peek into the ultra-cool life of the two New York City-based Snyder sisters. It includes interviews with celebrity Dannijo fans like Natalie Portman, regular updates on restaurants they love, trips they've taken and daily obsessions.

Shopping on Dannijo.com is meant to inspire and spark creativity. You can shop via look book, collections or by celebrity style -- all three chock-full of styling ideas and luscious images.

The gift guide is the perfect place to send your clueless yet well-intentioned beau and friends. We know we'd be way psyched to unwrap a box with Dannijo's snake chain and crystal Norma cuff inside.

Visitors will also get a first look at the jewelry brand's new spring Boho collection, inspired by Native American Indian motifs, ethnic prints and the jeans-and-tee girl. Think bib necklaces made from vintage beads, stackable stingray cuffs in vibrant colors and heavy oxidized silver cuffs with reptile-like detailing -- all intended to be everyday pieces.

"It's meant to be worn by the confident woman that can take the jewelry and make it her own -- even if just to add a subtle touch of bohemian to her ensemble," Danielle explained to us.

Need a reason to treat yourself to one of their glamorous creations? Dannijo is now donating a portion of its site's sales to Haiti relief.

Plus, see what celebs are doing to help Haiti and how you can make a difference.