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The way fashion jewelry has always been treated like the little sister to clothing is frankly just wrong. A stylist once said to me "well at least you just design jewelry, its way easier than clothing right?" Just design? Really? I don't believe so. Designing and manufacturing anything of quality has its challenges and I don't really like comparisons, but I also think its important to speak up on behalf of what it takes to do what we do. As much as I wish I could wave a magic wand and have all of my imagined materials just appear before me - it just doesn't work that way. The research and design work that goes into every single element of the pieces that we make is extensive. Sometimes it takes months or even years to find a supplier or manufacturer who can understand and make what I want; like glowing lucite neon beads or hand screened cameo stones.

Drawing inspiration from our archives

Think about the sheer number of components that can go into one necklace; sometimes its dozens, and how each one had to be created. When I am going through my archive of materials each and every bead, pendant, chain, ribbon, finding, cameo and crystal has a story to tell.  As we have been on this year long re-launch it has become increasingly more important to me that I take the time to talk about these stories and what we do. Because our pieces become an extension of you when you wear them and should be something you treasure. Not just because of how it looks and makes you feel, but also because of how its made. 

Thank you as always for spending a moment with me this Sunday afternoon and see you here next week!