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Kristina’s jewelry-making aesthetic can be summed by looking at one of her favorite pieces: her stacking rings. They’re a bold statement (five or 10 pieces grouped together) made with delicate materials (very thin, naturally shaped bands). She thinks the organic lines of the body are best complemented by muted geometry: clean lines, simple shapes and soft, natural edges. She’s inspired by graphic elements like geometry, architecture and typography—and can often be found tinkering with basic shapes, like circles, lines and points, making something wearable and elegant.