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brokenfab by Fabienne Morel.

March 24th, 2010 · No Comments


Call it what you will — techno tribal, Navajo nouveau, etc., the trendy concept is a mix of fluorescent colors, geometric shapes, and funky patterns, and it’s popping up everywhere from contemporary art to jewelry. Case in point? London- and Zurich-based brokenfab, which produces hand-beaded jewelry pieces and textiles in the Navajo nouveau vein.

Fabienne Morel heads up brokenfab, and she also designs textiles for London-based label Ashish. Her made-to-order pieces are gorgeous and a youthful, funky complement to a little black dress. Fittingly, Fabienne says brokenfab jewelry loves a night on the town!

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