Jewelry by Green Designer Yael Uriely Always has a Story

By: Renee Ramsarran - Published: Jan 12, 2011 • References: dvarim-tovim & designbreakonline
Yael Uriely is a young ecologic fashion designer who peruses local flea markets and old family members' closets for some of her materials. Her goal is to make "something from nothing", selecting recycled materials, fabric scraps, vintage buttons and beads for her designs.

Yael Uriely's fabric jewelry line 'Dvarim tovim', meaning ‘good things’ in Hebrew, embodies her vision of reviving old forgotten things into new sophisticated pieces. Vintage lace and crochet are prominent in her designs, which emit a romantic appreciation for passing eras.

This eco-friendly collection by Yael Uriely is like being decked in a whimsical cloth garden. Stats for Upcycled Heirloom Accessories Trending: Older & Buzzing
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