Jewelry designer Caitlin Mociun has lived a peripatetic life. When she was 12, her family moved from California to Malaysia. During their time overseas, they traveled throughout Asia and Europe, to far-flung destinations like Nepal, Australia, Bali, Laos, and Thailand.
The well-traveled designer now calls Brooklyn home, and she’s set down roots by opening a spacious and airy brick and mortar shop in the heart of Williamsburg. The shop, called Mociun, is an extension of her namesake clothing and jewelry company. Mociun carries housewares and curiosities from a diverse selection of designers, many of which can’t be found in other New York stores. The wares are displayed against a minimalist backdrop consisting of polished concrete floors and white walls.
Above: Robert Blue ceramics are displayed on a simple wooden table.
Above: A view of the artwork on display behind the register.
Above: Rolls of Mociun’s printed textiles are for sale in the shop.
Above: Merchandise is displayed in carefully curated clusters; customers are invited to peer into ceramic bowls, peek under rugs, and lift up bags for closer inspection. Photo via Cool Hunting.
Above: A Doug Johnston basket holds wooden spatulas.
Above: The designer in her store. Photo by Bill of Backyard Bill.
Above: A selection of rings by Mociun. Photo via Two + Seven for Mociun.
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