Kerri Halpern is mad for quite a lot. She loves modern art — just check out her West Village home, with its Mies Van Der Rohe chairs and Peter Doig and Andy Warhol paintings — not to mention skulls (anything dark and bewitching, actually), Champagne and, especially, jewelry. Halpern celebrates them all with a new fine jewelry collection that’s dubbed — what else? — MadStone.
“I started researching words synonymous with cool and outrageous,” says Halpern, a Colorado native. “I came across mad. I thought, that’s perfect. I always talk about how mad my jewelry is. ‘Madly inspired’ is my tag.”
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