Designer says: "I can’t wait to get up in the morning and get my ass to work.”
Her carefully chosen, custom-cut gemstones make her jewelry stand out.
After an hour in metalsmithing class, she knew what she wanted to do with the rest of her life.
Learn how a self-proclaimed free spirit turned her instinct for color into ringing success.
"Choosing to make jewelry was a second chance at life — to pursue something that I really wanted to do."
This "gemstone nerd's" celestial designs reach for the stars.
Learn why this popular designer was absolutely terrified of opals for over 40 years.
A core piece of the company's culture is to create deep relationships with customers.
Romantic, vintage-inspired design cues and a modern attitude inform these talented sisters’ design style
Talent Show: Atelier Zobel BY TRACE SHELTON Published in the July/August 2014 issue KONSTANZ, GERMANY | P: +49 7531 25962 | W: ATELIEZOBEL.com After training as...
Designer says: "I did the same thing then as I do now — make things I like to wear.”
Edgy old world looks, tortoiseshell and ancient ruins dominate her American-made 2014 collection.
Her latest collection was inspired while riding on a wisteria-filled bicycle path in Tokyo.
Talent Show: Holly Dyment The one-time interior designer brings fun back to jewelry in largerthan-life fashion. BY TRACE SHELTON Published in the March/April 2014 issue NEW...
Why this emerging designer’s fine collection is cleaning up on the industry award circuit. BY TRACE SHELTON Published in the January/February 2014 issue While Elizabeth Garvin...
Architecture, irises and a long lost friend inspire his refined, feminine collection.
I love to restore antique cars. I play the drums. I worked at the American Red Cross. I am a pilot. I have been to every...
Designing Lives: Simon Alcantara Dancer turned designer imbues each new jewel with meaning, beauty and a fashion sensibility BY TALYA COUSINS Published in the September/October 2013...
Former dancer and Black Swan performer designs jewelry that moves with the feminine form.
This classically-trained designer channels her jewelry heritage and Ivy League education into a sleek, fun collection.