The new colorful jewels by Nina Runsdorf, a refined designer from New York and a citizen of the world ♦ ︎
A new road, a revision or simply the desire to change something. All jewelers have their own style, a way of interpreting their creations. But sometimes they look at their work with another eye. And that’s when they decide to make changes. Nina Runsdorf, for example, has for years been famous for her diamond jewelry, perhaps with unusual cuts. Now, however, the designer has decided to color her life and jewelry collections with gems like emeralds, opals, spessartite, sapphires, topaz and iolite. New colors, new jewels, but without giving up their flip rings, rings with pendant that have always been the iconic jewel of the designer.
Born and raised in New York, Nina Runsdorf launched her first collection in 2005, but her first jewelry line designed it at the age of 12. Since then she has never stopped, even if the first steps were in the fashion world. In 2009, during a trip to India, she discovered colored diamonds and antique cuts. She opened a showroom on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, but she distributes her jewels in the rest of the world via a network of trusted retailers, or online. Her turning point as a designer seems to have been much appreciated. Lavinia Andorno