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Shopping and Style Tips From the Pamela Love Staff

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Welcome to Working It, where Racked follows street style into the office. Forget pedestrian khakis and button-downs—these fashionable professionals take dress codes to a whole new dimension. Quick, somebody call HR!


Photos by Driely S. for Racked.

Pamela Love began making jewelry in 2006, quickly establishing a fan base among shoppers and the fashion industry. The designer has landed a number of high profile nominations and awards, most recently the CFDA Swarovski Award for Accessory Design in 2013.

With influences ranging from botany to Mexican folk art, we knew the distinctive brand would have a stunning workspace, and equally inspiring staff. We stopped by the company's HQ/studio/showroom—nestled in Manhattan's wholesale district, where it isn't uncommon to spot a cheaply-made reproductions of signature Pamela Love pieces—to meet the team. Get to know the crew that makes the designer's work come to life (most production is done in house!) and try to count all of the dreamcatchers (we stopped after eleven) in this edition of Working It.


· Pamela Love NYC [Official Site]
· All Working It posts [Racked]