Gamin NYC is a small design studio based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Intended to be worn by both men and women, this collection is rooted in the form and structure of Moroccan Berber jewelry juxtaposed with the personality of the Parisian Gamin, as referenced in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. The gamin embodies joy despite everything, confidence in his own creation, and a smirking defiance of convention and authority. Made entirely in NYC and primarily cast in sterling silver, each piece is designed as a whole, with consideration given to angles otherwise overlooked. Details in the form of inscriptions and design motifs give each item layers of cultural and literary meaning only apparent to the wearer.