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Art Deco and '70s Glamour Co-Exist Inside This Jeweler's Studio

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Welcome to Open Studio, a Racked feature where we explore the workspaces and showrooms of some of the city's most talented, up-and-coming designers.


Photos by Driely S.

Jeweler Gillian Steinhardt began her career as a celebrity stylist and costume designer, so she knows a thing or two about pulling an outfit together with great accessories. Her collections, which are handcrafted in her shared workspace in Tribeca, have been inspired by origami shapes, celestial beings, and the part of the body that's adorned with many of her designs: the right hand.

Take a tour through her studio after the jump to see how she assembles some of her signature pieces, why she's obsessed with buying new tools, and what's on her mood board.

· Gillian Steinhardt Jewelry [Official Site]
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· Inside a Serene Jewelry Workshop in Midtown East [Racked NY]