By Brecken Branstrator
The pieces often use antique diamonds and rare stones, such as bicolor sapphires, with minimal metalwork to let them shine.

“It’s all about the simplicity of composition and form for me,” Mociun said.

The unique look of her eponymous brand speaks to today’s millennial consumer looking for something different, especially bridal clients. Mociun also said that her brand has been moving more upscale recently, as she works with higher quality stones and craftsmanship to help set it apart.

When looking toward the future, the designer said she will focus on expanding the wholesale side of her business and also would like eventually to open a store on the West Coast, in addition to her location in Brooklyn, N.Y. 

See 10 gemstone-laden designs from Mociun. All prices listed are retail. 

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