NYC Jewelry Designer’s Latest Collection Pays Homage To The City’s Architecture

NYC Jewelry Designer’s Latest Collection Pays Homage To The City’s Architecture
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Popular cult jewelry design Pamela Love seeks inspiration in NYC's historic buildings.

Laura Feinstein
  • 9 april 2012


Fans of Pamela Love (the recent CFDA award winner and all-around beloved jewelry designer) know that much of her work is inspired by tribal, southwestern, and 70’s culture. However, her newest collection has a feel that hits a little closer to home. For her Fall 2012 designs, the New York native mined her own local geography for inspiration, using NYC architecture as the basis for many of her designs.

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