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Named after Ecuador’s fourth-highest volcano, Antisana heralds another seismic shift—a new look and logo for the nearly three-year-old company. Expect dressier silhouettes, such as the Honeycomb necklace and Mesa ring, as well as an expanded belt collection with your choice of wrap ties or buckles.

Named after Ecuador’s fourth-highest volcano, Antisana heralds another seismic shift—a new look and logo.

“We looked to emphasize more literally the collaboration between the urban and the rural by incorporating geometric shapes and designs we find during our everyday walks in Brooklyn,” says designer Amanda Judge, who founded the Andean Collection. With more options than before, the line is designed to “complement and elevate a contemporary wardrobe,” she adds, with pieces that make powerful style statements whether worn in tandem or alone.

+ Infinity Scarf $58

+ Lola Hat $68

+ The Andean Collection