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20-Year-Old Student Is a Jewelry Designer With a Star-Studded Clientele

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Something to fall back on if college doesn’t work out.

When Ariel Neman, 20, isn’t studying pre-dental college coursework at Baruch College in Manhattan, he’s designing jewelry whose fans include Jamie Foxx and Johnny Depp, the New York Post reports. In September, Neman’s unisex jewelry line, Regime NY, launches its first official collection, featuring “cuffs adorned with Roman medallions, giant vintage keys strung on slim chains and sturdy beaded bracelets.” Neman (shown, right, with Foxx), made his first piece of jewelry at 17. His first celebrity customer? Rapper Fetty Wap, to whom Neman presented a chunky gold-plated chain decorated with medallions.

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Had to teach Jamie how to pose.

A photo posted by Ariel Neman (@arielneman) on Jun 19, 2016 at 11:47am PDT

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