FARIS EBI HOOPS
FARIS EBI HOOPS
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FARIS EBI HOOPS. A LIGHTWEIGHT PAIR OF HOOP EARRINGS IN A PLEASING FACETED ARC. THE ORGANIC FORM EVOKES A SHRIMP SHELL. EACH SET COMES IN EITHER BRONZE OR STERLING SILVER. THE OPEN HOOP MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 6 / 8 x 7 / 8 OF AN INCH WITH A 3 / 8 DIAMETER. DESIGNED AND HANDCRAFTED IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON.
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The EWANIKA boutique deftly articulates a taste for quiet luxury. An international selection of innovative ready to wear lines and accessories complement the store's eponymous collection. The EWANIKA clothing line rises to the challenge of reconciling modernity with femininity and the most modern thing in clothes, comfort. It personifies effortless elegance for the everyday.
Simplicity makes a powerful statement when it’s in the hands of this Seattle-based jewelry designer. Faris Du Graf debuted her namesake collection in 2012 while working for a design firm in Oakland. It wasn’t long before she decamped to her hometown in the Pacific Northwest to put her degree in architecture to the test with jewelry full time. Sleek, sculptural shapes are inspired by the things Faris is inspired by in her day to day life: from nature and city life, to hip hop and pop culture. Each collection is minimalist and timeless with handmade details that give each piece a distinctive personality. Although the designer favors brass for its workability and aesthetic, she also loves to use unexpected materials that she finds on her travels, such as vinyl record shards and vintage Czech glass.