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Ahuva Mintz has figured out a way to reuse fabric in her jewelry designs. Ahuva Mintz has figured out a way to reuse fabric in her jewelry designs. (Photo: Omer Stein)

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Jewelry design

Jewelry design is one of the many majors at Israel's Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, known as one of the world's best fashion schools. The intensive four-year program was built with one goal in mind: to bridge the gap between art and industry. Using the latest in everything from 3D technology to laser cutting, the school's alumni have bedazzled everyone from Beyonce to Gal Gadot. And thinking outside the box has become the school's calling card. One alum named Liat Mendel, for example, makes necklaces, rings and bracelets out of paper as a biodegradable fashion statement. "Paper jewelry is stronger than it looks," she said.

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