All for the Mountain
After years designing custom wallpaper for now-famous Cavern Home, Carly Margolis left the business and her Brooklyn abode for a cabin in the Catskills, intent on crafting her first collection of jewelry. There, in a teensy pine-shrouded studio, Margolis launched All for the Mountain, a line of tribal medallions and mythology-inspired adornments so covetable, we hope she'll make the career move permanent.
The most remarkable thing about All for the Mountain jewelry is its puzzling timelessness-- we don't mean "classic," exactly, but more in a Vonnegut, "Billy Pilgrim has come unstuck in time" sense: Every necklace, bracelet, ring or brooch looks like it fell from a low-flying UFO, or just as likely, was unearthed on some Egyptian archaeological dig.
Of course, these are artifacts not from space or history but from Margolis' glorious imagination--and we couldn't be more thankful for her Catskills-liberated creativity .