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Advertisement 1 / 10 A certain Vogue editor once said the eye has to travel, and Emily Levine is a case in point Her brand-new line of bags and jewelry is a visual representation of where she’s lived and the places she’s traveled, starting with a childhood spent between New York and Umbria, Italy, and ending with a few trips much further east. After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2013, she moved to Milan to work for Etro, specifically focusing on embroideries and embellishments Three years in, she daydreamed about starting her own line, but it wasn’t until she made it to Japan that the idea really crystallized.
“After spending a month in Japan, I was completely inspired by the simplicity of form and the concept of wabi-sabi—accepting and appreciating imperfections and seeing them as beautiful,” Levine says With a rough sketch of one bag, she began researching factories . Source
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