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When you see a cool girl on the street it's only natural to wonder, "What does her wardrobe look like? What does her closet look like? What does her apartment look like?" And this curious inner monologue is two-fold when you find a designer you love. Enter: Caitlin Mociun, designer of the NYC-based, understated yet eye-catching jewelry line, Mociun, who answered our curiosity in spades. Her Brooklyn Navy Yard crib is just as laid-back and stylish as her line. Printed pillows mix together effortlessly, potted plants stand out against rustic white walls, and of course, her wardrobe and delicate (but not wimpy!) jewelry pieces shine. Click through for an arts-and-crafts (without all the mess) abode, and the lust-worthy adornments to go along with them. (Caitlin, we're still here if you need to get some of them off your hands!)
Photographed by Rus Anson
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