hazel grayslayer

The snakeskin-print velvet that jewelry designer Hazel Cox painstakingly glued to the walls of her just-opened space speaks volumes about her quirky, organic, utterly unique aesthetic. In addition to her own line, which includes pendant necklaces made out of fossilized flowers and diaphanous bits of crocheted silk, she's offering bulbous staghorn plants she grows herself, as well as leashes crafted from handmade rope.
811 E. Burnside St., Ste. 114, 503-236-8919

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