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What Cool Hunting is calling New York's smallest shop has just opened at 183 W. 10th Street between West 4th and Seventh Avenue. Laura Lobdell's jewelry is tiny and exquisite, so it's fitting that she's selling her work in an equally minuscule space. Taking the "you can tell I'm bad because I'm wearing a small silver dagger around my neck" look and making it literal, Lobdell uses found objects like matches and bullets in her necklaces. She's got a line for men and one for women, so it might be worth a drop-by during your holiday shopping, especially since within about ninety seconds you'll have seen the whole space.
· Laura Lobdell Boutique [Cool Hunting]
· Laura Lobdell [Official Site]