"With my stuff, it's so specific, that if you like it, you really like it, and if you don't like it, then you really don't like it.
By nature, I always think down. I always think lower end instead of higher end. I still haven't made anything out of any kind of precious metals. All my pearls, even from my last collection, are glass pearls.
For the Chris Habana [line] these days, I really have to think about it and think, okay, what would a more sophisticated version of me do? It still has to be edgy, but what would a more grown-up version of me wear, you know, as a woman or as a man?
Whereas My Enemy, it's literally like middle fingers/St. Mark's/in-your-face/goth-punk-trash/Hot Topic, even, that type of reference point, where it's more obvious and still in a good way, I think - very bratty. My Enemy's more bratty, where Chris Habana is more reserved." - Chris Habana, jewellery designer (NYC) on his two split jewellery lines