Léa Stein (born in Paris, 11 February 1936) is a French artist and accessories maker, known for her compressed plastic buttons, brooches and bracelets. She is often hailed as "the most notable and innovative designer of plastic jewellery of the 20th century".
She worked as a dress designer and began making her now famous Jewellery when her husband, Fernand Steinberger, a Plastics Chemist, discovered a process of laminating cellulose acetate to create a unique range of colours & patterns.
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