Everything Is Beautiful at the Ballet for Dancer-Turned-Jeweler Jamie Wolf

“If you peer to the right, you can see Lincoln Center. And over there, directly behind us, is the School of American Ballet.”That’s jewelry designer Jamie Wolf talking, as she gestures out the window from her penthouse perch. We’re in her pristine office—white desk, white couch, white curtains—on New York City’s Upper West Side, and she’s pointing out that nerve center of the city’s arts for reasons beyond its visual appeal: Wolf spent a decade dancing, professionally, with the New York City Ballet. She still takes the occasional class at SAB.In fact, read any interview she’s given and that plot point inevitably pops up—the influence of ballet on her classically femme designs. Today is no exception. It’s hard to extricate one from the other and a snapshot of her career reveals as much. Wolf’s entrée into jewelry design began as a hobby while at the NYCB. She’

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