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Stormie Trujillo comes from the Navajo-Apache tribe and she learned the craft of bead work and leather observing her grandparents’ traditional and intricate bead weaving technique for hours during her childhood.

She uses all natural and recycled materials: buckskin leather, antique metal beads, aquamarines, citrines, emeralds, sapphires, rubies, opals, tourmalines, turquoises, bones, woods, glass, antique coins, among others.

Each piece is handmade, one-of-a-kind, and embodies its own unique meaning, often using Native American symbols and soothing blends of colors.

Stormie lives in Los Angeles on a ranch land that has been in her family for decades, where she practices her craft daily.

In California, she's has lots of fans in the movie and the music industries (Mick Jagger or Madonna), for whom she designs bespoke pieces. 

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Los Angeles, United States

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Stormie makes her bracelets in her californian ranch using ethical or recycled materials.
Available online and in the following boutique
Le Marais shop


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