Nature: One of Abbade’s ceramic necklaces — this one strung with a vintage scarf — which sell in New York at Maryam Nassir Zadeh and in Los Angeles at TenOverSix. “With the ceramics, there’s a lot of experimentation. It’s so different from styling, which is such a quick process. You prep, you shoot, you’re done. Once I figured out that ceramics can take weeks or months, I started experimenting with the texture and temperament of clay. My favorite thing to do is to fold the clay over and roll it like paper, which creates different levels.”
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Nature: One of Abbade’s ceramic necklaces — this one strung with a vintage scarf — which sell in New York at Maryam Nassir Zadeh and in Los Angeles at TenOverSix. “With the ceramics, there’s a lot of experimentation. It’s so different from styling, which is such a quick process. You prep, you shoot, you’re done. Once I figured out that ceramics can take weeks or months, I started experimenting with the texture and temperament of clay. My favorite thing to do is to fold the clay over and roll it like paper, which creates different levels.”