Collaborations

I firmly belief in the power of sharing ideas and co-creating. Over time I've had the opportunity to work with a broad range of very talented women. Take a look at a few samples of some of the projects I had the pleasure to be a part of. If what you see inspires you, feel free to contact me.

JEWELRY AND CHOCOLATE

A studio date and a limited edition collection inspired by the most artsy hand painted bonbons by Julie's Chocolates. Read Julie's interview and take a look at the behind the scenes photos. 

JEWELRY AND FASHION

Chicago clothing designer Kate VanAsten took my jewelry for a ride and gave them the goddess treatment in her 2018 Spring-Summer Wulfka's Lookbook. My boho chic jewelry never looked so edgy ;-) 
Read Kate's interview a
nd take a look at the behind the scenes photos of a studio visit. 

AERIAL PERFORMANCE and JEWELRY 

A capsule collection inspired by aerial performer Kylie Carrigan. A tribute to her art form and the sense of flow she creates with her performances, the necklaces move with your body. Take a look at her work and tell me you don’t have the urge to create something!

TEACHING THE CRAFT 

Joined the Loom artisans in a series of workshops designed to teach new skills and have some fun in the process. Loom is a community of refugee women living in Chicago who weave together their creativity and cultural traditions to make and sell beautiful handmade products. 

JEWELRY AND SPACE DESIGN

An organic booth design with the help of talented Jacqueline Marie from Tweakedstyle. Painting the back drop and making the chandelier from lake front branches, spray paint and chain was so much fun!

A studio space design followed the booth collaboration. You can read all about it and see the before and after photos on Tweakedstyle blog

TRAVEL AND STYLE

A blog on styling tips and tricks for building the perfect travel wardrobe! I teamed up with stylist Lora LaPrat to create a capsule jewelry collection for a travel blogger with the best combo of art, history and beer recommendations, Emily Hines.

© 2019 by Tania Rodamilans. Photography by @naanod.jpg, Doug Grant, and Madison Abbey