Marking an evolution from her old mine diamond collection, Runsdorf launches her first gold collection, wearable for every day. The designer herself loves layering and mixing up her own jewelry, and it’s with this in mind that she created these new pieces.“I wanted to create something of meaning that could be worn everyday with a modern yet old world feel.”
Summoning the spirituality and healing powers of gold and her love of old mine diamonds she created a collection of 15 pieces to enhance the energy of the wearer.
“Gold amplifies positive feelings, creating a healing effect on the wearer––each piece therefore touches the senses.”
Runsdorf decided to pair yellow gold against a darker outline of black rhodium on several modern cuts of diamonds. Each diamond is encircled by white gold with a clean finish mounting. The collection is sculptural yet fluid, woven snake chains create a softness a while hinges produce subtle movement an effect evoking Runsdorf’s trademark Flip Ring.
All That Is: Nina Runsdorf Spring 2020
- New York native Nina Runsdorf launched her first collection in 2005, yet she designed her first jewelry line at the age of 11, in her parent’s upstate farm kitchen.
- Runsdorf’s tastes are steeped in art and strongly influenced by fashion and her love of color. It
was on a trip to India back in 2009 that she discovered extraordinary diamond slices in
- Wanting to bring a sense of joy and ease with her designs, Runsdorf considers her brand more
lifestyle than just fine jewelry.
- Nina Runsdorf runs her brand from a beautiful and intimate showroom on the Upper East Side.
From there, she takes private appointments with clients, as well as the handful of key retailers
she works with in the US and the UK.