Make Room for White Space

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!--paging_filter--pMagnolia-based, New York transplant designer Khadjiah Fulton has just launched a href="" target="_blank"White Space/a, a pretty, pretty jewelry line consisting of sweet, minimalistic, slightly rough-hewn pieces with a chic and modern sensibility./p
pI’m in love. This gal’s work is fantastic./p
pAnd it should come as no surprise. Fulton has a BFA from Parsons and has designed for Gap, BCBG Max Azria and J Crew, while learning traditional jeweler’s techniques in her free time. I’m not sure what brought her to Seattle, but NYC’s loss is our gain./p
pIt’s hard to pick my fave from this great line, but if I had to, it would be the a href="" target="_blank"Triangle Mountain ring/a ($84), a slim silver band with a "mountain" of 18k gold fill that just begs to be the star in a stack of skinny rings./p
p style="text-align: center;"img src="/sites/default/files/newfiles/triangle_ring_chequam_color.jpg" alt="ring" width="405" height="405"/p


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