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INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other places.

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This allowed her to come into contact with all sort of techniques and materials and as a consequence of her fascination with the transformation of metals, she continued her research and incorporated new techniques to her work. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other…

INDUSTRIAL: Marina Massone became an Industrial Designer in 1994 and opened her own studio in San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This allowed her to come into contact with all sort of techniques and materials and as a consequence of her fascination with the transformation of metals, she continued her research and incorporated new techniques to her work. In 2000 she decided to devote herself to jewellry design exclusively having great success in NY and San Francisco, and other…

INDUSTRIAL: Fashion Design and Jewelry Design Collaboration between Julia Hsiang-Ling Chang, BFA Fashion Design, and Mariah Groves, BFA Industrial Design. Mariah was selected for a Walter Van Beirendonck internship.  SAN FRANCISCO, May 22, 2010 / FW/

INDUSTRIAL: Fashion Design and Jewelry Design Collaboration between Julia Hsiang-Ling Chang, BFA Fashion Design, and Mariah Groves, BFA Industrial Design. Mariah was selected for a Walter Van Beirendonck internship. SAN FRANCISCO, May 22, 2010 / FW/

INDUSTRIAL: Laura Wass has opened up an interesting niche for herself in the market balancing a spare, industrial aesthetic with the richness of fine jewelry. With Fall 2012 she has launched WXYZ, a focused line of "DNA" and jacks bead necklaces, rubber and steel pulley bracelets, rubber bubble bangles and geometric metal-and-resin rings. With each detail, of the neoprene bracelet links, to the satisfying weight of a beaded helix and the almost hidden precious pearls floating in resin. . .

INDUSTRIAL: Laura Wass has opened up an interesting niche for herself in the market balancing a spare, industrial aesthetic with the richness of fine jewelry. With Fall 2012 she has launched WXYZ, a focused line of "DNA" and jacks bead necklaces, rubber and steel pulley bracelets, rubber bubble bangles and geometric metal-and-resin rings. With each detail, of the neoprene bracelet links, to the satisfying weight of a beaded helix and the almost hidden precious pearls floating in resin. . .

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