Thursday, April 1, 2010


Let's talk odd pieces. We all have them. We've even been on the receiving end of them - you know, that random Christmas, the one where a certain relative decides that they know you really, really well and subsequently inducts you into the "please only give me a gift card and nothing else, ever, ever, ever again" club.

But there's something about the right piece, the right odd piece. Odd can most definitely be subjective. London-based design Tithi Kutchamuch describes her new jewelry, Personal Space, this way, "the inner side of the ring rubs against my bare skin, my personal space. It's not only always comfortable when someone try to get intimate." And there's something charming about the piece, without a doubt, but it's the interesting perspective to think about.

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