Lorenz’s use of rustic materials such as old bullet casings, stones, and feathers keeps to her signature dark aesthetic, but has a slight Metropolis-meets-deco-art feel.
The Chicago native isn’t only a jewelry designer, but is a manager of Eskell boutique in Wicker Park and a designer of custom window displays.
As in her life, Lorenz’s aesthetic for jewelry is similarly diverse; it is hectic, interesting, and never boring, and comes with a touch of twisted Siouxsie & The Banshees essence.
The standout pieces are the hand crafted brass cuffs with dichroic glass setting. The vintage brass tube beads that are attached to each cuff give it a steam-punk look, while the dichroic glass modernizes it.
The line features a variety of one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings and ranges from $38 to $250 and is available on here.