Luxury Jewerly: In your world, everything is connected in one form or another. You know, six degrees of separation. You see patterns, too (even in the popcorn kernels on your ceiling). A trip to Neiman Marcus is like a family gathering, and a visit to the jewelry counter makes you swoon.
Jewelry designer John Hardy also believes in the power of connectivity. You can see it in the rhythmic design of his distinct dot-patterned, Balinese-inspired jewelry. What you can't see is his stunning pieces coming to life in a workshop tucked away in the rice farming hills of Bali-where designers bond with the rich culture and natural resources around them, while staying connected through technology to bustling offices in New York and Hong Kong.
Mr. Hardy's collections are inspired from Balinese gardens, the architecture of Rajasthan, Borneo tribal art, and ancient Asian jewelry techniques. So while you may not be anywhere near the lush paradise of the Hardy compound, you'll certainly feel connected.
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