For us, being designers is all about creative problem solving. There is an indescribable thrill in pushing yourself to uncover the beauty within the mundane. We are not fashionistas and we usually shy away from the spotlight, but out of our desire to create something functional yet alluring, a simple, sophisticated solution was born.



Lightweight, flexible and waterproof, our KNOT-neo cable is a rubber compound that can be easily washed and taken care of. The material has proven to be quite a stunner and we’ve fallen head over heels in love with it for its seductiveness and practicality. Paired in our handbags with luxurious 100% virgin Merino wool in an array of beautiful color makes for a bold yet practical statement. 



Handcrafted in our studio using traditional knotting techniques, our necklaces and handbags are meticulously designed and created with close attention to detail. These limited edition pieces are not mere accessories, they are meant to be displayed as wearable art and can transform any simple outfit into a statement.


Enjoy and prepare to be admired!


Lizzie Muñoz-Storer
As an interior designer in her early professional life, Lizzie’s passion for passion for space, design and color moved her to pursue an architectural degree later on. Traveling to know other cultures is her hobby, recycling and animal rescue are her deep concerns. She describes herself as a resourceful thinker with a designer mind.
Jeniffer Selosse

Detail oriented designer who never settles for anything less than exceptional. After completing her B. Arch in 2008 and receiving the AIA Henry Adams Medal, Jen decided to focus on interior architecture. As a working mother of two, who manages day to day life situations, for her aesthetics and function go hand in hand. She loves designing for kids; industrial and graphic textile design are her passions.

Zammary Reyes

While she holds an MPA in Human Resources, Zam is an enthusiast of landscape architecture and art in various mediums. This passion moves her to stroll frequently through parks and museums which brings inspiration for her designs. Zam moved with her husband and kid to New Jersey in 2015, where she is enjoying a new life adventure at the Garden State.