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I'm grateful to have a booth in my old neighborhood in San Francisco. You will be able to come on Sunday August 28th from 11 to 5 to discover new Linea U necklaces as well as the entire Linea collection. 

HEAD WEST | a local outdoor, retail marketplace in partnership with the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association. HEAD WEST was founded and is curated by creative + small brand owner Jimmy Brower and is led by an incredible team of leaders in the field.

Headwest Marketplace

Hayes Valley
San Francisco, CA 94123

Craft Fair announcement | Aug 23, 2022 


I'm grateful to have a booth at this big craft event! It is taking place in San Francisco and you will be able to come the entire week-end of April 2 and 3 from 11am to 5pm to see me and try my creations. I will be annoonciing my booth numbere soon!

Renegade Craft @
Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion
2 Marina Blvd.
San Francisco, CA 94123

Craft Fair announcement | March 16, 2022 

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I'm grateful to be part of The Jewelry Drops project publication from the Milan Jewelry Week event this year. This magazine will feature lots of immersive young jewelry artists and will be distributed to 44,000 contacts worldwide. Check out the half page about FuturisNow (pg. 28), you can read about my work as a jewelry artist as well as my 2 best seller pieces, Linea 5 and Linea 24.

Magazine | November 30, 2021 

Jeweler Is Inspired by Her Eichler Home

What a nice surprise it was to meet Dave Weinstein! We meet at home and talk about how and when we acquired our Eichler House. He is passionate by Eichler houses, not only the historical side of it but also their particularities in today's Californian architectural landscape. Check it out. 

BLOG | OCTOBER 27, 2021 - 2:38PM

Eichler Network and Futurisnow

Meet the creator at the San Jose Holiday Craft Fair 2021

The San José Craft Holiday Fair–the largest winter holiday craft fair in the South Bay Area– returns this year. And the 2021 version will be the biggest version yet. This year's Holiday Fair spans three full days from Black Friday (Nov. 26) through Small Business Saturday (Nov. 27) and ending on Sunday, Nov. 28. Featuring over 350+ amazing makers, artists, designers, curators, workshop guides, food producers and creative small businesses.


As always, free admission for attendees.

San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles

 The new boutique assortment at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is stunning. The selection of the new curator demonstrates pure quality of craft. From jewelry, ceramics, textiles, prints, bags, decorative pieces, there is an impressive mix of beautiful things to acquire. 

FuturisNow Necklaces and Half Moon Bracelets are in display at the Museum Boutique. 


(408) 971-0323

Updated 10/13/2021 

San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles

WWW.OVERJEWELS.COM Ecommerce website

I'm delighted to participate into OVERJEWELS project as an emerging artist. This is organized by Prodes Italia who also organized the Milan Jewelry Week (canceled in 2020)


It is an innovative and transversal initiative, consisting of a social commerce linked to an important publishing project, an extract of the most relevant news and excellence on the International Jewelry Landscape.

An authoritative magazine that is distributed to a highly selected audience in over 500 countries and with a circulation of 15,000 copies. 

Futurisnow necklaces Linea 5 and Linea 24 will be featured in December 2021. 


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FuturisNow Necklace Linea 5 mentioned on Eater.com

My Obsession With Prue Leith’s Necklaces Led Me Down the Etsy Rabbit Hole

Until the “Great British Bake Off” host launches her own line of necklaces, we have Etsy

by Erin DeJesus  Sep 27, 2019, 9:35am EDT


"My fixation with Leith’s taste in necklaces, which has been on full display in her role as a judge on The Great British Baking Show, is well-known. And I’m not the only one. U.K. media has named Leith a bona fide style icon (her necklaces, people have noticed, often match her statement spectacles, and her tunics and fitted jackets tend toward bright pops of color). The look is in such high demand that rumors at the end of 2018 suggested that Leith might design her own necklace line. ."