By  on June 20, 2019

Until now, Blythe Harris, co-creator and chief creative officer of San-Francisco-based Stella & Dot, has been designing all of the brand’s jewelry (Ruth Bader Ginsburg wore the spiky Phoenix layered bib necklace in her 2018 official Supreme Court portrait), apparel and accessories with a team split between the Bay Area and New York.

“Compared to five years ago when we couldn’t find talent, now we can and the synergy outweighs the need for a bi-coastal studio,” said the designer, who is closing the satellite office in New York, and “tightening the brand’s point-of-view on casual chic.”

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