Kristin Victoria Barron

New York City’s Kristin Victoria Barron had an enviably diverse design portfolio before founding her own interiors studio in 2010: a USB music stick for Ghostly Records, a futuristic vending machine, a line of artisan-made furniture. But even now that she spends her days conjuring ambience into residential projects and restaurants, Barron is above all a maker. After studying sculpture as an undergrad and moving on to craft elaborate puppets based on the analysis of a Jungian dream expert, she’s now engaged in an extracurricular jewelry project under the tutelage of New York artist Vladimir Rodin. Her ring for Sight Unseen is the first piece she’s ever made available for purchase.