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Maiko Suzuki’s big, bold adornments are not just wearable sculptures – they’re a testament to a  destiny fulfilled, the ultimate expression of freedom to be one’s true self. Born in Tokyo, a graduate of Parsons and longtime Harlem, NYC transplant, Maiko was drawn to the undeniable magnetism of metal. After first focusing on graphic design, fashion design and painting, she channeled every version of herself into her ultimate dream of mastering the ancient craft of metalworking. And mastered it, she has. Just as her designs bend and curve to the human form, Maiko, too, shapeshifts, drawing inspiration from African and Islamic cultures, architectural references and heavenly deities. Naming many of her pieces after goddesses and gods, Maiko hopes that whoever wears them, no matter their race or gender, feels cloaked in peace, protection and a deeper connection to all the blessings that surround them, just as she does. 



words by Angela Bruno