Handmade in Harajuku, Tokyo Japan
Maya Nishimura creates a world where Hug Bear
and his friends await to hug your finger.
From the world they live in, various elements are picked out
for them to become ileava’s jewelry.
Junko Motoji’s inspirations come from architectures,
histories, cultures, and sceneries from travelling and living abroad.
Colorful gemstones are embellished in her pieces
to express her inspirations.
Just like how arpeggio make changes in the notes,
Moca Arpeggio’s designer, Tomoko Ishikawa, wishes the wearers to
enjoy the moment and appreciate the changes occurring in everyday life.
Steven Hanna is a sculptor who has beenhand carving
his collection of original designs for over 30years.
Steven’s trademark is his use of soft edges and sensual shapes.
Alana Dluback was born in a small town outside of Pittsburgh.
As a young girl, she watched her grandfather create stained glass windows
and then her father take over to expand their glass making business.
When Alana grew up, she chose to work with enamels
in her collections to best express herself.
Her one-of-a-kind collections are colorful wearable art.
An illustrator and a jewelry designer,
Melissa Contreras brings you
a collection of illustration-like pieces.
Her mission is to inspire YOU to live a JOYFUL life
with beauty, love and imagination.
“I love wearing flowers”
was the one simple reason Fleurings
by Samantha Lockwood was made.
For the flowers to last, Samantha created jewelry pieces
that hold drops of water.
Designed by Susan Kuslansky, pronounced “goth” saga,
Godsaga is the Icelandic word for myth.
Susan creates jewelries that is both modern and primitive in its look.
Trained in Gemology and Lost wax carving,
designer Johanna Torell works with fine gems and sculpted metal
to create wearable, meaningful objects of art.
Inspired by the raw beauty and ancient history of her native country, Sweden, the Johanna Torell collection is romantic and precious,
yet timeless enough for every day.
Corinne Simon’s jewelry pieces are about fantasies and dreams.
Corinne is a jewelry designer, a nature lover and a vegetarian, who incorporates her interests into her pieces. Her vivid and bold use of gemstones and her
vegetable collections are unique and eye-catching.
Monica is a designer based in San Francisco at a
long-established fashion brand.
Monica incorporates the latest fashion trends in her designs.
Sarah Wilson, Mushka’s founder and a designer, has been working with metal from a young age. Sarah’s inspiration comes from nature,
using metalsmithing technique.
“LA Born, LA Bred, LA Made”
Tyson Miller creates handmade artistic pieces
with geometric designs
that demands your attention.