StubbornStiles uses underutilized manufacturing processes to make good design three-dimensional. They know that when you take something complex and strip it down to its most basic essence, a remarkable thing happens. It becomes complex again. So when you see it dangling in a v-neck or perched on a teak sideboard, you tilt your thick-rimmed glasses and use your brain. That’s why you want it and that’s why everyone else will want to know where you got it.
Melissa Stiles worked as an architect for a decade before her line of resin and metal jewelry now made for national distribution.