Brooklyn Jeweler Liloveve Puts the “Work” in Workshop



Liloveve turns its clients into jewelers and its store into a communityBrooklyn’s legendary creative scene often focuses on painting, photography, or music, but store owner Caroline Glemann had a feeling that her highly expressive neighbors would also enjoy the art of adornment. This long-held belief inspired the opening of Williamsburg’s Liloveve, a comprehensive ­jewelry destination that further explores the relationship (and often fine line) between designer and customer. Whether hosting curated gallery events in her street-level storefront or conducting classes in the fully equipped lower-level workshop, Glemann has designed a practical environment able to meet the needs of a hands-on community of eager entrepreneurs.  What kind of customer does your shop attract? Usually someone very focused on the idea of custom jewelry and the art of making something by hand. These
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