The Mitsumata Collection from Stephanie Simek pulls tradition from Japanese papermaking, and combines that with basic geometric shapes and materials. The elegant lines of the sculptable Mitsumata branch are typically used in paper crafting, but in Simeks new collection have been paired with leather and beads. The results are altogether stunning, and we’re pleased to offer necklaces and bags from the collection in the Lost At E Minor store.
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