Iskin Sisters

We are a small company based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a strong emphasis on design, specializing in contemporary jewelry and accessories. We design necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings with a contemporary flair. 

Gabriela and Karina Iskin have been playing together since childhood. In 2004, the Buenos Aires-based sisters launched their first collection of playful creations. Gabriela’s industrial design background and Karina’s business background made the half-Brazilian half-Argentinean sisters a perfect team. They take inspiration from architecture, modern and contemporary art, natural landscapes, and the sense of wonder and excitement they both keep from childhood.

The unique pieces made of unconventional jewelry materials, such as leather, suede, and acrylic, are designed with the modern woman in mind. She wants it all— simplicity and a bold statement, inspiration from faraway travels and the pleasure of community and family, head-turning attention and a sense of personal space and taste — all the while craving comfortable, wearable, and lightweight fashion that can be dressed up or dressed down for any occasion.

Our production company is located in Buenos Aires and we hand make our jewelry, adhering to the highest quality standards. All Iskin Sisters products are hand finished.  

We also have an office and warehouse in Madrid, Spain, and from there we ship all our European orders.

 

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Karina & Gabriela Iskin in Buenos Aires

 

Selected by the most prestigious museum stores, Gabriela and Karina are honored to have their collections exhibited around the globe, including:

  • MoMA New York
  • MoMA Tokyo
  • SFMOMA
  • Guggenheim NY
  • Getty Museum LA
  • MOCA LA
  • MCA Chicago
  • Art Institute of Chicago
  • Houston Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Museo Reina Sofía (Madrid)
  • Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (Madrid)
  • Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam)
  • MAK Museum (Vienna)
  • ICA Boston
  • Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum (NYC)
  • National Gallery of Art (Washington DC)
  • Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris)
  • Tate Modern (UK)