While working as a fashion editor for many years Amy collaborated closely with both photographers and designers. She was involved in selecting wardrobes for the celebrities that were on the magazine covers. She supervised a department and created the fashion pages. Her desire was to design jewelry and she studied at Kulick Institute and Parsons School of Design.
She traveled to San Francisco with the jewelry she designed, making many contacts with various stores and galleries. Upon returning to New York City she then set up her jewelry company in 1992.
The Bruml Design collection embraces materials such as sterling silver, 14k green gold and semi-precious gems. The designs are derived from the beauty and simplicity of nature. Shapes and spaces inspire her to create a minimalist aesthetic that reflects her individual style.
Earring Girl loves Amy’s attention to detail in the smallest of earrings, and their rustic nature.