Wednesday, October 27, 2010


The combination of organic textures and refined, innovative forms of Nicole Landaw Jewelry quickly established the designer and goldsmith as one of today’s leading young jewelry designers. Shortly after launching her brand in 2004, Nicole Landaw received Gen Art’s prestigious International Design Vision Award for Accessories. In 2007, the designer was further honored to receive the American Jewelry Design Council’s New Talent Grand Prize. And the accolades for Nicole’s work keep coming: in May of 2008, Nicole was named in INDESIGN magazine as one of the Top 10 emerging jewelry designers as designated by the US’s leading couture jewelry retailers.

Nicole Landaw Jewelry has also won a loyal fan base of celebrities, magazine editors and stylists who continually turn to her for exquisite design and understated elegance. Nicole’s jewelry designs have appeared in seven films and five television series including Hancock, Synecdoche New York and Sex and the City. In 2010, Nicole Landaw Jewelry can be seen throughout the first season of the AMC’s newest drama series, Rubicon, worn by actress Miranda Richardson.

Nicole began making jewelry while an undergraduate at Dartmouth College, received her Masters of Fine Arts in Metalsmithing at Cranbrook Academy of Art and finished her design and goldsmithing training at the famed Fachhochschule für Gestaltung in Pforzheim, Germany. Nicole Landaw Jewelry is based in a sun-drenched garden studio in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn building where Nicole and her husband, architect Mark Maljanian, reside.

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