The New York Times Profiles Alum Natasha Ghosn's Jewelry and Fragrance Brand

Artist Natasha Ghosn posing in front of a dark background. A table in front of her displays large gold jewelry pieces.

Natasha Ghosn. Credit: Rozette Rago. Image courtesy of the New York Times

Natasha Ghosn. Credit: Rozette Rago. Image courtesy of the New York Times

The New York Times spotlighted [15] alum Natasha Ghosn’s (BFA 2009) jewelry and fragrance brand Mondo Mondo. Ghosn created Mondo Mondo in 2008 when she was living in New York. Inspired by classic 1980s designs, Ghosn’s jewelry is extravagant, chic, and sculpted out of wax. “What I love about sculpted jewelry is it’s so free and so big and ridiculous,” she shared. “And it’s just really liberating to work on that scale with the body because jewelry tends to be, like, tiny, tiny, tiny.” Ghosn maintains a shop in Los Angeles and is looking to eventually create a pop-up boutique in New York.

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