We are so proud to be a part of this month's Precious 7 issue. Our jewelry traveled down to beautiful Miami Beach for a gorgeous photoshoot shot by Maria Galli. Special thanks to all who contributed to make this interview and photoshoot a reality. See a glimpse of the interview below and be sure to visit Precious7.com to see it in its entirety.
JUST AS THE JEWELRY LINE IS ALL ABOUT BALANCE, SO TOO IS THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE TWO WOMEN. WHILE GOOD IS THE CREATIVE FREE SPIRIT BEHIND THE JEWELRY DESIGNS, ABRAMOW MANAGES THE BUSINESS WITH HER METICULOUS EYE AND ORGANIZED MIND. IT’S A PARTNERSHIP THEY’RE RIGHTFULLY PROUD OF AND ONE THAT ALLOWS EACH WOMEN TO USE HER INDIVIDUAL STRENGTHS TO BUILD A COHESIVE, EFFICIENT BUSINESS.
Good remembers going through her mom’s jewelry box for fun as a young girl; that fascination never diminished and after taking a Metalsmithing course during her years at the University of Michigan she decided to turn her passion for jewelry design into a professional career. After graduating, Good moved to New York to take courses in Jewelry Design and Diamonds and Colored Stones at the Gemological Institute of America.
She’s a self-proclaimed “old-school” designer, preferring to sketch her ideas by hand rather than mocking them up on the computer. To stay inspired, she likes to browse Art Deco books and peruse the Suzanne Belperron archives. While the line generally has a minimalist feel heavy on the neutrals, Good says she’s feeling super inspired by a recent “magical” gemstone show she and Abramow visited in Tuscon, Arizona earlier this year— word has it that the 2016 collection could see a little color.