Gloppy, glamorous and gold, Mondo Mondo is a jewelry brand for an expressive moment.
“I just like the sound of it,” Natasha Ghosn said about naming her jewelry and fragrance brand Mondo Mondo. “I was thinking of Mondo films, Italian, kitschiness and campiness.”
Ms. Ghosn, 34, began her line in 2008, when she was living in New York making digitally printed T-shirts that she painted by hand. Now the brand has come to exemplify the bold, 1980s-influenced jewelry of the moment. After years when subtle jewelry — delicate bands, thin chains, little studs — dominated trends, Mondo Mondo stands apart. It’s jewelry for extroverts, or at least those who want to
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