Saturday, September 7, 2013

Designers to Watch: Emily Miranda

Emily Miranda’s jewelry is truly fantastical.  Her pieces, anomalous in shape and size, are created with such sculptural precision that they vividly mimic mystical creatures and objects.  Ultimately inspired by nature, Miranda brings these exquisite warped shapes to life with her creative manipulation of metals to bring us effortless wearable architecture.
Nature with its aberrant beauty has always inspired Miranda’s work.  Her fascination with nature’s peculiars stem back to a childhood spent amidst the lakes and forests of rural New Jersey. Today, she holds a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, and a MFA in Combined Media from Hunter College.  However, it is through jewelry design that she is able to communicate her sense of wonder about the world as she explains, “My hope is that the women who wear my jewelry reflect that spirit of wonder as her own”.
It is this superlative zeal for her craft, combined with inimitable product offering that has fueled a vast media interest, and successfully stacked a loyal consumer base for the designer.  Her work has been featured in Vogue, The New York Times and Fashion Magazine – to name a few – never mind the countless stylists world-wide whom flock to her for her gorgeous statement pieces.
One of our favorite Emily Miranda collections is Murex, featuring a collar necklace in brushed gold, double ruffle bangle, and a scandalous hinged cuff.
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