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Cameron St. Clair’s jewelry line is influenced not only by her grandmother’s personal style, but also the legacy she left of being true to yourself. Every jewelry piece is handmade in downtown Los Angeles, by Cameron herself. Cameron's collections combine materials such as hammered brass and neutral color cords, that create beautiful pieces of art that look just as good hanging on a wall or sitting on a dresser, as they do around your neck or wrist!

We love jewelry that toes the line between making a statement but that also can become an extension of someone’s own personal identity and style, and Saint Clair jewelry does just that!




I LOVE THAT YOUR JEWELRY LINE IS NAMED AFTER YOUR FAMILY AND THAT THE LINE EMBODIES THE SENSE OF STYLE AND DISCOVERY OF YOUR GRANDMOTHER. WHAT KIND OF MODERN-DAY WOMAN DO YOU SEE WEARING YOUR JEWELRY? WHAT ARE HER TRAITS/CHARACTERISTICS? 

I believe that all of the women who are attracted to my jewelry share a love of the outdoors and an appreciation for textures found in and throughout the natural world and the outdoors. A woman who is aesthetically influenced and inspired - someone who has both soft and rough edges. A woman who can dig around in the dirt, get gritty, and be tactile in the world - but also a woman who wants to adorn those features with objects that embellish and celebrate their earthly femininity, no matter the age.






I THINK PEOPLE ARE SO DRAWN TO YOUR JEWELRY IN THE SHOP BECAUSE NOT ONLY IS IT UNIQUE, BUT IT ALSO SETS ITSELF APART FROM OTHER JEWELRY BRANDS. HOW DO YOU KEEP THAT IDENTITY GOING IN A WORLD THAT CAN SOMETIMES FEEL SO SATURATED WITH SIMILAR INSPIRATION AND INFLUENCE? 

I try to stay focused on my line of jewelry as an extension of my personal art, rather than a brand that is competing with a million other brands in a saturated world of “things”. It’s just me, so I try to keep my expectations attainable and realistic. I am mostly just grateful and still incredibly surprised when folks use their money to buy my work. It’s such a wild feeling! I started making the hammered bolo necklace for myself ages ago and will probably always incorporate some version of a bolo style necklace into my work. I love how those pieces accentuate and celebrate that prominent and powerful place of a woman’s body.




WHAT'S UPCOING FOR YOUR BRAND? ANY NEW LAUNCHES THAT ARE GETTING YOU EXCITED ABOUT THE DIRECTION YOUR BRAND IS HEADED?
 
I have started to play around with more delicate jewelry, which is pushing some personal boundaries in a way that feels exciting and new to me. I have always made statement pieces with large chunks of hammered brass, but I am also really drawn to the tiny work. It’s an entirely different process and aesthetic. It’s been a challenge to incorporate new styles into my line, alongside the larger, more rugged hammered brass bolo pieces - but I am really enjoying the process that is in finding the in between.

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