BJØRG JEWELLERY was founded by Bjørg Nordli-Mathisen in 2004. Living in India at the time, she was introduced to the traditional craftsmanship and ancient jewellery traditions, which inspired her to start making her own one-of-a-kind jewellery. Through focusing on the rare beauty of imperfections, her trademark has become her use of rough precious stones in combination with crafted metal textures. As an artist BJØRG has a conceptual and sensible approach to design. Inspired by the wonders of nature, past myths and visions of the future, BJØRG merges past and present to create modern relics, always looking to push the limits for what a piece of jewellery can be.
Trine Tuxen Jewelry is a Danish brand based in Copenhagen, Denmark. A dancer by training, Trine Tuxen established the jewellery brand in 2012 after years of exploring shape, movement, function and visual expression.
Trine’s collections orbit a design philosophy that brings stories to life in a minimalist language — allowing the pieces to connect with the wearer on a spiritual level. The pieces are dynamic and playful. They can be mixed and stacked across the collections. Every collection has a story, inspired by something or somewhere with a visual nerve. Muses are found in both small, invisible and intangible things, as well as in physical surroundings and the everyday experiences - the colors of the the sky, a subtle movement or a feeling.
Trine’s designs are often described as pieces that stand out in a crowd remaining timeless in their expression.
AYM is a Copenhagen based jewellery company which was founded in 2016 by Sine Brixen. She worked as a fashion buyer before deciding she wanted to make a change and work in a more sustainable sector within the fashion industry.
Sine uses a zero-waste concept with a real qualitative focus, designing her pieces with longevity in mind. One of the ways she has done this is by creating zip pouches which are made of eco-friendly EVA. She takes inspiration for her collections from her Scandinavian heritage.
The colours of her jewellery are influenced by her favourite art and architecture. Living in Copenhagen there is a distinct balance between historic and cosmopolitan culture, this balance of tradition and avant-garde is very visible in her work. She loves to push boundaries by exploring these vivid colours, whilst retaining classic Scandinavian minimalism in their designs.
AYM is constantly looking for ways to keep their brand interesting and exciting by seeking collaborators to work on various projects, ensuring no two collections are ever the same.
ANNI LU was founded in 2013 by Helle Vestergaard Poulsen, former creative director for a number of Danish fashion magazines. The name ANNI LU is a combination of the two persons inspiring Helle the most: her late mother Anni and her daughter Luella.
All ANNI LU styles show Helle's great passion for personal style, colours and playful combinations. Signature pieces include tropical styles, good luck charms, personalised initial pendants, ancient coins and a bold use of colour. ANNI LU has been nominated for awards in the fashion press in both Norway and Denmark.
ORRIS LONDON presents contemporary accessories that are made for everyday use with a focus on function and sustainable material. First collection offers handcrafted necklaces and chains with the hidden function to hold glasses and sunglasses.
From versatile variations of classic tortoiseshell to contemporary seasonal shades, the beautiful range of handcrafted Original D Eyewear Necklaces & Smiley Chains are functional and stylish. Pieces are made from quality acetate cellulose.
GIRLSCREW is a Los Angeles based jewellery company incorporating the finest quality & most exclusive designs. Each piece of jewellery is individually handcrafted with exceptional materials curated from all over world and crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail. Each time you are adorned with our pieces, our goal is to make you feel empowered and beautiful, just like your crew would do.
Charlotte Lebeck is a Danish jewellery designer who established her own company in 2012. She worked as a creative fashion coordinator in London for three years, where she was inspired to go on to start her own collections.
Charlotte grew up on the west coast of Denmark. It’s very clear this has impacted her designs which are heavily inspired by Nordic nature. She likes to design jewellery which is equally sculptural, as well as graphical, portraying the balance between her life in London and her life by the lake. All pieces are handcrafted, exploring delicate and simplistic designs in a truly unique fashion through the use of rare metals and gemstones.
The Danish designer wants every piece of her jewellery to be able to relate to its wearer and to reflect the individuals' personality. It is extremely important to their ethos that they can use the jewellery as a way to express themselves and their emotions.
Jess discovered her love for jewellery early on after inheriting a few of her grandmother's vintage pieces. Elegant and exceptionally crafted, they held the charm of a different era, becoming pieces of constant inspiration.
J. Hannah focuses on craft and timelessness — its jewellery for living in and living with, points of connection and classic beauty for the modern era. Jewellery for how it should be worn: never taken off.
J. Hannah is based in Downtown Los Angeles, and all jewellery is hand made to order. Pieces are made from solid 14k gold or sterling silver, and all stones are ethically sourced.
Indian based designers Bhaavya and Rishi founded Hannan in 2016. After both studying fashion and business in the US.
The latest Ever Since Collection is inspired by memory, drawing from stories of the past. Reminiscent of a chaotic summer romance. The collection flow from earthy ceramic, amorphous pearls to resin colour pops. These stories are tied together by intricate, indigenous metal.
FARIS is a jewellery line that distills complexity into a wearable statement.
Designed by Faris Du Graf in Seattle, Washington, FARIS celebrates the space between the levity of play and the gravity of embodiment. Each collection builds on a vocabulary of bold, sculptural statements that aim to elevate the everyday and the rare occasion. At the heart of her work is the sincere desire to imbue wearers with artfulness and audacity.
Stylist Dana Roski and Model Joyce Binneboese originally started Wald as a brick and mortar concept boutique in Mitte, Berlin around 2012. After taking a creative break, they decided to open Wald Boutique as an online store stocking a selection of curated lifestyle brands. This allowed them to travel the world and be inspired to launch their own brand - Wald Berlin.
Their latest collection Paris Addis Abeba is inspired by 90s nostalgia; trips to the beach - a notion to travelling inspirations - from adventures to wanderlust. Wald Berlin have incorporated green shells, coral and jasper stones, taking their classic shell trend in a progressive and exciting direction.
All jewellery is handmade in Germany. They use a collective of women and grandmothers to make the pieces; these women would otherwise be unemployed. The environment is also extremely important to Wald Berlin, they make sure that the shells and coral they use are not on the protected species list. They work closely alongside German biologists who supply the shells and coral to ensure this is enforced.
THE DESIGNER, Rocio Canals, is the multifaceted creative that goes behind the name of Wilhelmina Garcia, a pseudonym and magical persona that she created to design and reinvented herself again through the jewellery. For her, Wonderland is a place, a scene or a state of mind where she feels comfortable to design and create the perfect pieces.
Wilhelmina Garcia is more than a piece of jewellery, all the collections are unique but at the same time, they are real and human as you could use your imagination and own fantasies to recreate your dream world.
The collections are produced and designed in the heart of Barcelona. All the pieces are using handcrafted stones, 18-karat gold, 10-karat gold, 925 sterling silver and vermeil gold.
Seulye Jo, Founder & Designer
Seulye has a background in visual communication and jewellery design and founded her jewellery brand in 2018.
Having experience in the fashion jewellery industry and seeing plastics and waste created, she knew her brand would be sustainable and ethical. CLED was founded with a mission to use waste resourcefully. Discarded glass bottles are upcycled into her pieces, redefining eco-conscious jewellery.
CLED shows that trash is treasure and continues to find new ways to incorporate discarded glass differently.
MONDO MONDO was founded in 2012 by designer and perfumer, Natasha Ghosn. A jewellery and fragrance label based in Los Angeles.
The brand provide a visual and sensual world inspired by archaic wonders and baroque ornamentation. Mondo Mondo, a name chosen for its cinematic undertones, utilises the ancient art of storytelling to guide our designs to fruition. Intrinsically archetypal, our pieces become both personal and universal.
Hermina Athens was founded in 2011 by Konstantina Pantelous. The name Hermina is inspired by her daughter’s name, but this also derives from the female equivalent of ‘Hermes’, the Ancient Greek God. Ever since she was a child she was enticed and absorbed by jewellery. Circumstances led her to adopt another profession for 16 years, but she used sketching jewellery as a way to express herself creatively. She began designing jewellery based on individual pieces she would wear herself. These ideas were then taken to a workshop in Athens and came to life. She now works with experienced silversmiths and artisans in Athens.
Konstantina creates jewellery with the idea that every piece is timeless and can be passed down through generations. Her designs illustrate her passion for history and culture, taking inspiration from Antiquity and Greek mythology. Every piece in every collection is completely unique.
APPLES & FIGS
London-based designers Miné Arsay & Ezgi Turksoy, both graduates of Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, combined their personal aesthetics and their passion for story telling to reinvent the idea of fine-jewellery. They launched APPLES & FIGS in January 2015, taking influence by the story of the Garden of Eden, fascinated by the manifestation of creating a world of seduction and timelessness. Each piece is designed for the feminine and confident woman from the sisters’ childhood memories; muses of style and elegance.
APPLES & FIGS carries a sophisticated attitude, yet effortless, creating alchemy between modern opulence and the nostalgic. Pulling its rich design vocabulary from figurative forms, stories and the sublimity of nature; each jewellery is crafted by skilled artisans in their atelier in the heart of Istanbul.
Misho’s jewellery collection is characterised by a vocabulary of clean lines, architectural forms and simplified geometric shapes. Each piece is sculpted as modern architecture for the body. Misho is lead by creative director Suhani Parekh who studied Fine Art and Art History at Goldsmiths University in London where she predominately worked with sculpture and installations. The pieces are inspired by an accumulation of ideas from her interactions with contemporary art and the various architectural styles of the cities she has travelled to and lived in.
Luv Aj Designer Amanda Thomas started her accessories line in 2005 once her after-school obsession parlayed into her own line of accessories. After a chance encounter with a buyer at Fred Segal, they picked up the entire line for their stores and by the age of 16, Luv Aj was officially created.
SCHO is a brand based in Paris and named after the designer Sarah Cho. Sarah Cho studied at Ecole De La Chambre Syndicale De La Couture Parisienne and graduated in 2009. Her collections are produced in Italy, France and Korea.
Saskia Diez works closely with skilled artisans around Munich to create her contemporary collections. Offering timeless jewelry with a modern twist, she carefully considers how each piece feels, moves and looks when worn. We love the signature paillette silhouette.
Paola Vilas is a jewellery designer and plastic artist from Rio. After graduating in Design at PUC Rio, she develops a project created by herself, following her passion for art and jewellery. Ever since, her work has been recognised and the collaborations are increasing, as the live paintings on the SCHUTZ shoes during Vogue's celebration in October in Rio; her illustrations exclusively made to Amsterdam Sauer and artistic interventions on photos to the Village Mall's magazine and the independent Cause Magazine, always connecting collages and watercolours with the jewellery.
Eshvi is a London based jewellery brand, founded on the desire to create strong statement jewellery with a distinct style, combined with playfulness through its vibrant colour options and design.
Designed in New York and brought to life by the hands of our fair trade artisan partners in Ecuador and Vietnam, Faire Collection is a fresh interpretation of artist and craftsmanship. Founder Amanda Judge and her team travel to remote corners of the globe to develop the skills of marginalised artisans and share with you their undiscovered talents. As a social enterprise, Faire Collection is deeply committed to elevating the lives of our artisan partners by providing dignified wages and holistic social programs that provide a path out of poverty–all part of our fair trade mission.
"I challenge you to live your best life.I invite you to wear Faire.”
Faire Collection–CEO & Founder, Amanda Judge
OOAK was founded in 2012 by Alice Xu as a place to share her love for fashion jewellery and design. In response to the rapidly increasing demand for contemporary designer jewellery, OOAK officially launches its own synonymous jewellery line after over a year’s preparation and several successful capsule collections. This line aims to bridge the existing gap between high-end designer jewellery and not-to-keep commercial jewellery pieces. Founded on the idea of combining “OOAK” esthetics and unrivalled quality, the brand presents fashionable, artistic and modern jewellery collections, yet at a very competitive price range, which was made possible with years of experience in the industry and its own manufacturing resources.
In 2016 Ariana Boussard-Reifel jewellery was born from a desire to explore the shapes of a traditional tribe and ethnographic jewellery through the lens of sculptural modernism.
Her jewellery is handmade in New York City. They use nearly all recycled and reused materials.
Ariana Boussard-Reifel has been seen on influential women ranging from Michelle Obama, to Beyonce, to Kylie Jenner.