Best known for their innovative chain work and semiprecious and precious stone mixes, CFDA Award-winning duo David Nakard Armstrong and Anthony Camargo shuttered their Anthony Nak business last year. But now Armstrong, aka Nak, is returning to the scene with Nak DNA, a limited edition silver and semiprecious collection that’s quite a departure from his previous line, not to mention easier on the pocketbook.
This time around, Armstrong is using fewer precious metals in response to the skyrocketing prices of gold. “People want bolder looks, so with gold you are always in the position of worrying about how much metal you use, so the pieces have to be smaller,” he said. “But it’s a difficult thing to manage with the kind of look that I was trying to do.”
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