Founded in 2013 by Designer Mollie Faith Good and her business partner Stephanie Walters Abramow, Walters Faith combines the elegance of timeless jewelry with the principles of modern design. The brand’s unique synthesis of bold and fine is created by pairing deceptively simple settings with unexpected details; the result is a collection that embodies effortless luxury.
Drawn to jewelry at a young age, Mollie finds inspiration in everything from classic architecture to the world of modern art, leading to pieces that are thoughtful and textural. Preferring to establish a more visceral, physical connection with her work, Mollie creates through classic pencil sketching rather than computer assisted design. “I want my jewelry to make the wearer
feel confident and beautiful all the time,” says Good. “The modern woman makes her own rules as to how to wear fine jewelry, and Walters Faith embraces the contemporary cool while remaining covetable.”
Formally trained in metal-smithing and design at the University of Michigan and the Gemological Institute of America, Mollie has designed jewelry for distinguished brands including Fred Leighton and Kwiat, as well as an eponymous collection of fine and bespoke jewelry. Stephanie, a graduate gemologist with a business degree from Cornell University, brings a wealth of experience, dedication, and industry savvy to the collaboration. Dubbing the collection Walters Faith, a combination of both of their middle names, indicates just how personally and passionately tied Mollie and Stephanie are to each piece.
Each Walters Faith collection is named for a member of the Bloomsbury Set, an eclectic group of English writers, philosophers, and artists who met frequently in the Bloomsbury area of London in the early 20th century to discuss aesthetic and philosophical questions. Their search for truth, goodness, beauty and the questioning of accepted ideas continue to influence modern attitudes on everything from literature to feminism. Walters Faith relates strongly to the concept of molding classic ideas and forms to create something unexpectedly fresh and modern.