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Studio Stalker: Pamela Love's Decked Out Design Studio

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    UPDATE: On a rainy day like today, we're always looking for a getaway. Indulge your dreamy fantasies thanks to Pamela Love's boho-chic studio. This story was originally published on May 31.

    Pamela Love is an R29 favorite for good reason — inspiring get-ups, covetable creations, and a burgeoning business make this CFDA-nominated jewelry designer a fashion powerhouse. Though we've been buddies with her (and her conversation-starting adornments) for ages, it was high time she invited us over for a sparkly little playdate studio tour. After all, we've already seen her pad…and she's shared a taxi with us!

    So, when the doors swung open to her Fashion District space, we found exactly what we expected, plus so much more: oversized (and personalized!) dreamcatchers, industrial work benches, talons that are scary chic, and, of course, a healthy dose of her singular style. Want to see one of the most inspiring three-dimensional mood boards we've come across? Click through to tour Pamela's creative HQ and see the NY design darling hard at work (and at play!).

    Go inside Pamela Love's badass NYC studio and take a peek at her to-die-for gems.


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