Jewelry By DesignsByFuss sets sail with The Backstage Artist LoungeTM Tour onboard Shiprocked

Featuring Hinder, Buckcherry, Sevendust HELLYEAH and more

DesignsbyFuss Jewelry will be presenting The Backstage Artist LoungeTM Tour onboard Shiprocked, Nov. 14-19 Ft. Lauderdale to Costa Maya & Cozumel, the ultimate cruise for rock and roll fans! DesignsByFuss jewelry has carved a commanding niche in the edgiest of social circles around the world. Each custom DesignsByFuss handcrafted piece touts the originality of the celebrity, musician, and mover-n-shaker who wishes to adjust your attitude. DesignsByFuss is JEWELRY WITH ATTITUDE. Custom silver jewelry and leather wristbands will be gifted to bands including Buckcherry, Queensryche, Hinder, HELLYEAH, Sevendust, Candlebox, Filter, Living Colour, Another Animal, In This Moment, Lynam, Broken Teeth, 3 Pill Morning, Cage 9 and the Vodoos.  Jewelry by DesignsByFuss is no stranger to the rock and roll, the new music video, “Every Lie” from My Darkest Days features custom pieces on Sal Costa and Brendan McMillan. Other Artists spotted wearing DesignByFuss include Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, 10 Years and Three Days Grace. Designer and owner, Charles Fuss, is extremely excited to bring his unique biker and goth creations to The Backstage Artist Lounge onboard the MSC Poesia, “We chose to do Shiprocked because we have worked with a couple of the bands and wanted to get our product in the hands of several bands while partying at sea.” There will be over 400 pieces on the ship including leather cuffs, blown glass pieces, rings, earrings, bracelets, t-shirts, stickers and more. Visit to buy one of kind pieces that make a statement. Visit “DesignsByFuss” and “The Backstage Artist Lounge” On Facebook for exclusive promo codes for discount offers.

Above photos in order: ‘Rocker’ Wrist

Band, Designer Charles Fuss

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