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Georgia Varidakis, a New York native, spent much of her childhood in her father’s shoe repair keeping herself busy turning scraps and buckles into bracelets. It was from a young age that Georgia began to design. Taught how to sew by her mother, she released her first clothing line in 2002, while studying Media, Film and Textiles in college. Mixing vintage fabrics and jewelry components, Georgia made one of a kind corsets and shirts, along with selling from her collection of jewelry she had collected over the years. Slowly she came to alter each necklace with the same tools she kept herself busy with as a child. Alterations turned into creations and soon Georgia Varidakis Jewelry was born. Today, Georgia is consistently searching for forgotten treasures that can inspire a new design. Drawing inspiration from nature and the past, each design is dainty and romantic. Her work can be found in stores throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan. Ea…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 19
  • Joined January 24, 2010

Favorite materials

rose, gold, sterling

About

Georgia Varidakis, a New York native, spent much of her childhood in her father’s shoe repair keeping herself busy turning scraps and buckles into bracelets. It was from a young age that Georgia began to design. Taught how to sew by her mother, she released her first clothing line in 2002, while studying Media, Film and Textiles in college. Mixing vintage fabrics and jewelry components, Georgia made one of a kind corsets and shirts, along with selling from her collection of jewelry she had collected over the years. Slowly she came to alter each necklace with the same tools she kept herself busy with as a child. Alterations turned into creations and soon Georgia Varidakis Jewelry was born. Today, Georgia is consistently searching for forgotten treasures that can inspire a new design. Drawing inspiration from nature and the past, each design is dainty and romantic. Her work can be found in stores throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan. Each piece of jewelry is hand crafted in New York and always hard to part with, but happy to find a new home.

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