Julie. L. Parisi | ITSLIQUID

Julie. L. Parisi

Design, Fashion | January 10, 2013 |

Julie. L. Parisi

Julie. L. Parisi’s jewelry evokes a beautiful deception of materials. These lightweight necklaces and bracelets can be as chunky and big as desired and still wearable in any occasion. There is a practicality and freedom to her jewelry of which she has three collections “GOLD?“, “the new GOLD” and “Tie me up” each done in her unique technique of braided cord. Her style is artistic, modern, creative and sophisticated. She uses playful imagery with the use of “real” bodies combined with other elements to present her collections.

Born in Oslo, Norway. Graduated with a BA in fashion and textile design from NABA-Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, Milano (Italy) and San Francisco State University (CA, USA). She is currently based in London and Oslo.

more. www.julieparisi.blogspot.it
julie.l.parisi@gmail.com


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