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LITTLE BLACK DRESS JEWELRY ORGANIZER

Designer:  Matt Carr

$10.00

An interesting take on a functional jewelry organizer. This two-sided organizer was designed to hang in the closet or on a hook, taking advantage of available store space. The playful shape of a “little black dress” will add personality to any space.

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An interesting take on a functional jewelry organizer. This two-sided organizer was designed to hang in the closet or on a hook, taking advantage of available store space. The playful shape of a “little black dress” will add personality to any space.

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  • Jewelry organizer includes 33 clear pockets in the front and 17 hook and loop closures on the back for organize storage
  • Comes with metal hanger which rotates 360 degrees for easy access to all pieces on both sides
  • Can be hung in a closet, on the wall, or over the door
  • Measures 36.5 x 16.8" (92.7 x 42.5 cm)
  • Made of polyester and metal


ITEM NUMBER: 299035-040
PATENTS: U.S. Patent No. D657,172, CDN IND. DES. REGN. No. 143030, China Patent No. ZL 2011 3 0367444.6, European Design Patent No. 002020560-0001
Matt Carr

Matt’s passion for design was first sparked when he interned at Douglas Cardinal Architects. He went on to study at Humber School of Industrial Design, where he...

Matt’s passion for design was first sparked when he interned at Douglas Cardinal Architects. He went on to study at Humber School of Industrial Design, where he received an ‘All-Canadian Academic’ award for scholastic and varsity achievements. An integral part of the Umbra design team since 2001, Matt has contributed countless designs to their product line. His work has been featured multiple times in The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, Surface Magazine, I.D Magazine, Met Home, Monocle, and Living Etc. Matt is compelled to create product that balances business and imagination. Subtle details, an appreciation for imperfection, and the reinvention of traditional objects are distinguishing features of his designs. As VP of Design, Matt oversees a global design department headquartered in Toronto.

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