Elizabeth Bloom, the designer behind Dorus Mhor, creates jewelry using scraps of fabric from England’s famous Linton tweed factory. Her collection includes earrings, bracelets and necklaces made with beads covered in bright fabrics and prints, perfect for pairing with the color block trend. The British designer recently moved to Chicago, where she says she is settling in nicely. “Chicago has a great community of independent designers with lots of independently run stores and it’s great to be a part of it,” Liz says. “I'm a member of the Arts Institute - it has an incredible collection of Impressionist paintings and I love the mix of colors in the paint strokes, which I am sure will be a key influential feature of future collections.” We just can’t get enough of her latest collection, which features vibrant Liberty of London prints. With a mood board like this, it’s no wonder Dorus Mhor jewelry is irresistible.
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