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LIZZIE FORTUNATO

Using an eclectic mix of found materials, Lizzie Fortunato—along with her sister, Kathryn, who runs the operations—creates statement jewelry imbued with a warm optimism. In a palette informed by textile artist Sheila Hicks’ tapestries and the works of abstract expressionist Helen Frankenthaler, Spring’s lineup—featuring recycled glass as well as pink opal, amazonite, and onyx (among other stones)—offers jolts of uplifting color that can easily be dressed up or down.

The buy: any of the tinted acrylic hoops.

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LIZZIE FORTUNATO

Using an eclectic mix of found materials, Lizzie Fortunato—along with her sister, Kathryn, who runs the operations—creates statement jewelry imbued with a warm optimism. In a palette informed by textile artist Sheila Hicks’ tapestries and the works of abstract expressionist Helen Frankenthaler, Spring’s lineup—featuring recycled glass as well as pink opal, amazonite, and onyx (among other stones)—offers jolts of uplifting color that can easily be dressed up or down.

The buy: any of the tinted acrylic hoops.

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