Interview: Erin Considine

Working in her Brooklyn studio, jewelry designer Erin Considine looks a little like an alchemist or an amateur chef, stirring colorful stews in some well-loved crockery over hot plates. For her first full collection Immrama, named for a series of old Irish folk tales, Considine mixes hand-dyed fibers fastened to deco-inspired recycled brass pendants, creating a jewelry collection that is as whimsical as it is conscientious. Considine talked to us about her design inspiration, process and ethics, while cooking up some eye candy.

POSTED July 18, 2011 3:00PM IN STYLE CHANNEL Comments (1) TAGS: , , ,

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  1. Somone says:

    This is great–very intimate and unpretentious.