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Let’s start the week with some polymer glamor from Russia’s Olga Permyakova

Friday’s PCDaily looked at how Jan Geisen makes shapes work together. Olga hooks her shapes together tightly with rings and wires, sometimes linking an entire framed construction of polymer pieces.

Permyakova on PCDaily

See Olga’s Fall/Winter 2013-14 collection in this Facebook album and find it for sale here.

Homeward bound

One more day one the road! Days in the car make me feel anything but glamorous and if you’re waiting for an email from me, please be patient. We’ll be back soon.

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    Glamorous is precisely the word–these are simple, stunning and gorgeous. Once again, it’s just astounding how someone can take three basic shapes–circle, crescent, rectangle–and make them into such sophisticated designs. What an eye she has.

    • reply Debbie Crothers ,

      wow these pieces are all sensational. What an incredible range. Love it.

      • reply Barb Lessen ,

        Wonderful work and wonderful photos!!! Gorgeous girls!

        • reply Candice Bishop ,

          I love that these are so simple, but look so elegant with all the hanging dangly flourishes. Great stuff.

          • reply Lorrene ,

            Flat out awesome! Thanks.

            • reply Sherry Bailey ,

              Is Olga the model? Whoever she is, she’s stunning! So is the jewelry…

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