Jewelyrie,

a line of jewelry by Huan Wang, is brimming with delicately swirled, beautifully detailed pieces.

Originally from China, where creative expression and art education was a rarity in her experience, Wang left business school to attend Parsons School of Design for fashion design, winning the Golden Thimble  award for two of the evening gowns she created, and then, after graduating, continued to design, draw, and paint, before opening a bridal boutique in New York City’s SoHo. It was on maternity leave with her second daughter (her first, Lyrie, makes a cameo in the brand’s name) that Wang began to dabble in jewelry-making. 

Clearly, that dabbling turned into something special. The now-jeweler started with a fascination for wire wrapping, which has spawned an impressive lineup of stacking rings, necklaces, earrings, and more, all with a signature touch that lets her perspective shine through. 

By Brittany Simintz