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Minimum Design

Maker - Katerina Voussoura

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Sculptural Fabric

Normally statement necklaces are chunky and heavy. So we were delighted with the fabric statement necklace by Minimum Design. The bold, dimensional designs give off different colors depending on how they catch the light.

Crisp, tiny pleats bring each strand to life, giving it movement. The satiny fabric is dual-sided, adding layers of color and shine so that the necklace looks different depending on how you drape it—or what you’re wearing. It hangs beautifully worn long or doubled up.

Lighting designer Alexandra Tsoukala is known for creating whimsical, structural shapes out of fabric. Inspired by the ancient Kore sculptures in her native Greece, which feature pleated details, she designed these necklaces. They’re handmade with fabric remnants from her lampshades.

Alexandra thinks of her necklaces as movable sculptures, and we agree. Each is a wearable piece of art that will light up your look.

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Discovered 5/6/2016

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Small Business Support

Maker Story

Sculptural Fabric

Normally statement necklaces are chunky and heavy. So we were delighted with the fabric statement necklace by Minimum Design. The bold, dimensional designs give off different colors depending on how they catch the light.

Crisp, tiny pleats bring each strand to life, giving it movement. The satiny fabric is dual-sided, adding layers of color and shine so that the necklace looks different depending on how you drape it—or what you’re wearing. It hangs beautifully worn long or doubled up.

Lighting designer Alexandra Tsoukala is known for creating whimsical, structural shapes out of fabric. Inspired by the ancient Kore sculptures in her native Greece, which feature pleated details, she designed these necklaces. They’re handmade with fabric remnants from her lampshades.

Alexandra thinks of her necklaces as movable sculptures, and we agree. Each is a wearable piece of art that will light up your look.