New Modern Jewelry From Adorn Milk: Metal and Nylon

We’ve added even more items over on Adorn Milk, our sister shop that carries modern jewelry from around the world.

Daniela Barone Jewelry embodies the idea of maximum minimalism. Pieces are formed from sacred geometric shapes, with inspiration from abstract expressionism, deconstructivism, and sculptural art. Daniela sees her jewelry as a type of armor, symbolic of the strength and beauty of women, and hand-makes the entire collection from her studio in Los Angeles. >>> SHOP THE COLLECTION

Claire Green is a jewelry designer and maker, originally from upstate New York and now living and working in Portland, Oregon. She’s been creating with metal for over 10 years and continues to discover more to love about the craft. After attending RIT’s School for American Crafts, Claire worked as a goldsmith for two years before developing her own line in 2012. Currently, Claire works out of her riverside studio in NE Portland designing seasonal collections and occasionally, custom fine jewelry. We’ve just added a number of pieces from her >>> SHOP THE COLLECTION

Monocircus is an art and design atelier established by Kazunori Takeishi and Shing Ee, Lim. Together they not only produce 3D-printed accessories developed as a form of wearable art, but they are also actively involved in architectural design and art projects. >>> SHOP NEW MONOCIRCUS

Lynne MacLachlan’s award winning jewelry designs come in sculptural shapes and vibrant colors. Each displays a playful optical effect as the wearer moves around, allowed by the precision of 3D printing. The pieces are produced in small batches and hand finished in Lynne’s studio in the UK.  >>> SHOP THE COLLECTION

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Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.