Greetings from Mulberry Street! We are open 7 days days a week in the heart of Little Italy. Real NYC Market – 166 Mulberry Street
Mulberry Pop-Up – 149 Mulberry Street
Rotating Fashion, Art & Design
One of a kind items from around the world!
Please welcome Uli Rapp – Uli Rapp (1974) received her Masters degree in jewelry design at the prestigious Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam. Fascinated by the Elizabethan splendour in dress decoration she translates it into wearable contemporary jewelry. Her collections have developed rapidly in a sophisticated style and use of smart materials – she invented a technique to apply medical plastic between textile.
Uli’s necklaces, brooches and earrings interpret a love for antique gemstones and pearls contrasting with chunky chains. All pieces are skilfully handmade in screen print on light weight soft materials. The combination of a contemporary artist’s tools with the hint of past splendour makes for tintillating jewelry: conversation pieces for bold wearers like famous Architect Zaha Hadid and Designer Nathalie Rykiel.
Uliʼs pieces are in permanent collections of international museums and private collectors. They are sold at shows and galleries in Paris, Miami and Dubai.
Mulberry Pop-Up has one of a kind pieces, as well as collections arriving weekly. Our L.A. collections are a sweet treat!
New Arrivals at Real NYC Market – Silk and Hand-Felted Merino Wool
MADE IN ITALY has arrived at Mulberry Pop-Up
Birds are coming soon from Argentina at Real NYC Market
Welcome Liane By Design – HAND WOVEN WIRE JEWELRY YING YANGIS THE ESSENTIAL BALANCE IN LIFE. THE BEAUTY OF COMBINING TWO OPPOSITE POLES INTO ONE MAGICAL STATE.
WEAVING RIGID, STATIC GOLD AND SILVER INTO FLUID, ETHEREAL OBJECTS OF ADORNMENT IS THE ESSENCE OF MY DESIGNS
I have always loved art and craft. Whether I made it, bought it or viewed it, the creation of handmade design and ornamentation is a process that is a key part of me being Me.
And while my designs are not made using traditional metallurgic processes, it is a technique that combines two great artisanal crafts: textile hand weaving and jewelry making, creating a totally unique look. Each stitch is as caringly done by hand, as a textile weaver would do at a loom or a jeweler would at a workbench.
I find inspiration from periods of the past: Baroque, Renaissance, Victorian and combine it with contemporary ideas to create jewelry with singular beauty that transcend time. The magical joining of opposites–Ying Yang.