Textile aficionado Johanne Mills got her start in the industry when Donna Karan bought her entire graduate range and hired her to work as a creative director and project manager for the company. Over the next five years with Donna Karan, Mills also consulted on textiles and accessories for Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Luella, Hugo Boss, and Matthew Williamson. Later in her career, in 2003, Mills went on to work with Giles Deacon on a project that involved embroidering crystals and stones into garments. It was at this point that she started to pursue jewelry design and the rest, as they say, is history. Mills current collection addresses her ongoing interest in voluminous and natural forms, while blending unusual materials like wood, Swarovski crystal, cork, leather, and hand-crafted knotted fabrics. Click on the title link to check out her new collection.