Established in 1926, Miriam Haskell is the oldest American costume jewelry house known for its beautifully detailed craftsmanship so Don and John were thrilled to collaborate with such a renowned label. For inspiration, the designers turned to Don's most recent art work, ink drawings of insects presented in elaborately detailed vintage frames. The Miriam Haskell for PATCH NYC collection of jewelry and tabletop accessories draws its inspiration from these drawings as well as the natural world of flora and fauna. Leaf motifs, mushrooms, acorns and insects are interpreted in oxidized brass and silver with touches of intricate hand beading. The Miriam Haskell for PATCH NYC collection appeared in numerous publications including the September issue of American Vogue.