The Norwegian jewelry brand Bjorg’s yearly lookbook features levitation, bare backs with pronounced spines, butterfly wings, and raw cut stones, all resulting in a beautiful and quiet, all be it slightly eerie, presence. Bjorg set out to make this collection about a quest for the Garden of Eden, a sort of other worldly journey forward […]
Drawing inspiration by their cultural background and travels the two sisters over at CosaFina Jewelry were both trained in metal smithing under the guidance of renowned Chicago goldsmith, Virgil Robinson. Ninette and Karina are passionate and committed to the art of design and technique, giving birth to this awesome Raw ring collection mixing modern precious […]
New-York based sisters Annette and Phoebe Stephens are the designer-duo behind the jewelry line, Anndra Neen. Inspired in part by her grandmother, Annette Nancarrow, well-respected painter and sculptor, but also by French medieval armour and architecture by Le Corbusier and Louis Khan, they create rustic-glamour rings, cuffs, necklaces and clutches in handmade copper, brass and nickel-silver.
For the very first time, Greek jewelry designer Lito Karakostanoglou preserved real scarabs and housed them in amazing cage necklaces or zoomorph inspired settings for earrings. From India to New Mexico, China or Morocco, Lito travels the world in search of magnificent stones and original organic materials. The finesse of her pavage fields made of […]
When food meets gold and silver you have a beautiful food jewelry collection by Australian designer Lucky Folk. Seafood necklace, pasta earrings, pretzels rings, pop corn cuff links and her latest Taqueria collection inspired by Mexican food with
Steamclam directed and produced “Bijules Haute : Le Nez de Tycho” video in collaboration with Bijules designer, Jules Kim. The video showcases her newest and most high-end pieces like “The Smoking Lip”, “The Golden Finger”, and the “The Duelbutanate Gloves”. It is very dramatic and avant garde, staying true to Jules Kim Spirit.
How far would you go for love? Cartier’s Love Collection poses this question and rightfully so, seeing that the only way to get this bracelet on and off is with a screwdriver. The Collection, originally designed by Aldo Cipullo and inspired by a chastity belt, used to keep women chaste launched in 1969. Cartier gifted […]
Not that we are super into promoting drugs, but we like cool jewelry lines and that happens to the concept for creating their collection (handmade in LA). Based on their own vices, Cast of Vices celebrates the inherent design aesthetic of these substances while casting a critical eye on pop culture…
Unusual materials, unique shapes, attention to detail and a good size are a few of the distinct characteristics of Vice and Vanity, an avant-gardist jewelery label from Singapore. Their (latest) art deco inspired collection is called Oni: a sumptuously eclectic mix of textures/materials/colors that make these neck pieces a must have!