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The Story of a Jeweler: Ana Ostrom

Growing up as a child of the world both genetically and geographically I find it hard to define exactly where my inspiration comes from, having a Spanish father and a Swedish mother and growing up first in New York, Key West and Stockholm as a child travelling has followed me through life in to adulthood with living in Bangkok, London and Ibiza I think my influences are deeply rooted in my love of meeting new people and understanding different cultures and that obviously includes admiring their art, buildings and music. It sounds like a cliche but it is the truth when I say I always knew I had to be something creative, first it was photography that developed in to film editing but It was just a matter of time until I found that working with metal fascinated me, it is a great feeling to realize an idea into something 3 dimensional and then see someone wearing it! It is only then the whole lovely process has landed and I feel ultimate satisfaction.

I feel very lucky because so far I am bursting with ideas and I have to stop myself to not jump on a new project before the last one is developed but at the moment I have two finished collections, my first one being “Urban Jungle” where the geometric shapes frames my love for leopard print and the contrasts between silver and soft fur. The second one is a more luxury line playing on the British Punk culture giving the stud elegance and the pearl new life. Fine draping gold chain, black pearls and punk studs stems from my love of the unexpected. Read More »