Whilst we’re in self-isolation, like many, we find ourselves staring down our screens and scrolling through content, profiles and more. This week, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite Jewellery finds from social media …
Mikaela Lyons Jewellery
Designer Mikaela worked 13 years as a jewellery and watch designer for various high street brands. After having her son in 2016, Mikaela took a step back and wanted to pursue a more eco, ethical and green route
Mikaela Lyons Jewellery focuses on identity, with the main collection designed of lioness pieces that represent strength, individuality, confidence, equality, beauty and identity.
Launched in 2018 by Hakima Al Said, HAK beautifully fuses cultural symbolism with contemporary design.
Finding inspiration from her international upbringing (Asia, the Middle East, South Africa and Europe), Hakima’s work refines cultural symbolism, from the varied environments, into a singular aesthetic.
Founded by self-taught designer Anita Berisha in 2016, the eponymous brand is known for its playful and unique take into bringing you closer to nature, architecture and the complexity of shapes, textures and forms.
Each collection has its own story to tell that evokes the wearer into starting a conversation.
Founded by Greek designer Maria Leonidopoulou, inspired by memories and everyday observations, Bonvo Jewelry is built on the pure idea of combining effortless clean lines and understated luxury.
Greek roots translate through the collections into sleek silhouetted with a focus on simplicity, wearability and interaction with human body.
vic + jo
Founded by Caterina Degiacomi, vic + jo combines Caterina’s background in art history with her passion for the aesthetic and fine craftsmanship.
With her keen eye, Caterina sources little find jewellery treasures from all over Europe and reimagines them as contemporary wearable pieces.
Frances Wadsworth Jones
Frances Wadsworth Jones set up her eponymous jewellery label in 2008 and has since made a name for herself with her playfully conceptual and quietly provocative style.
France’s jewellery is not about trend. Her designs are characterised by an innate spirit that resists easy categories.