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In a behind-the-scenes video, Pamela Love reveals that she looked back in time to 1920s New York architecture for inspiration for her Fall 2012 collection. "Normally I'm very focused on other parts of the world, but for this season I was really focused on the place that I live in," says the jewelry designer of her Art Deco-fied new collection. She means that literally, as one of her pieces is apparently inspired by the elevator molding in her apartment building. [Fashionologie]