Recently Jelena sat down with London based writer Melanie Abrams to discuss how jewelry is crossing the gender barrier. Here is the excerpt from the article published by New York Times on November 21, 2017.
"...the Serbian-born designer who hammers her unisex pieces by hand in her atelier on the Lower East Side of New York City, said that jewelry can change attire and attitude as well as gender. “A simple tee and black jeans is pretty basic,” she said, “but with one statement earring or necklace, a boy can look current, or with an oversized, chunky bracelet and statement pinkie ring, a girl has a boy look.”
Photo: Hilary Swift for NY Times
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