Ramona Earrings – www.hanhnyc.com
– Alabaster white calf skin leather
– Patina treated brass bobbles
– Gold plated hook fastening for pierced ears
– Width 1″
– Drops 2.5″ from ear
Aren’t these earrings cute? The charming Ramona earrings are the perfect way to add a little whimsy to any outfit with its fluffy tassels and patina treated bobble accent. Deceptively lightweight, it is part of the Leather Bound Collection. The entire collection was handcrafted in their New York City studio and a portion of proceeds from each piece will be donated to Book Aid International.
Hanh Lam is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design. As a fashion designer, she alternates between two contrasting passions: the organic, fluid nature of knitwear, and the refined, arcane aspects of old-world tailoring. Her knitwear manipulates raw materials into textural forms that are artistic yet wearable. Her tailored pieces combine the constraints of structural lines with feminine details. Hanh believes knitwear is about letting the raw material guide the hands, while tailoring compels the designer to tame and control the fabric. Hanh Lam lives and works in New York City and some of her work can be found here.
The Young Designers Collective is an association of artists and designers based in New York City, who design for non-profit organizations to promote good will as well as gain exposure individually and for the cause they are working towards. Sponsored by SI Design and Consulting Inc, they provide young designers a platform that would have otherwise been difficult to build and gain recognition with on their own. In an ever-shrinking world, working together to achieve success has never been more important. They allow for a free exchange of ideas and talents, thereby fostering the growth of artists and art in commercial design. The Young Designers Collective wants to bring appreciation back to the artist behind the designer, to quality or handmade products, and to a more sustainable future. With philanthropy and fashion hand in hand, we hope to further charitable works as well as bring new talent to light sooner than ever before.
You can also learn about The Young Designers Collective on FB here.