To celebrate national jewellery day we’ve rounded up the five hottest new jewellery designers to know now
Words Joy Montgomery
Happy National Jewellery Day! What better reason to treat yourself with some beautiful new bling? We’ve rounded-up five of the best fresh faces in the jewellery scene, all delivering contemporary and totally wearable pieces. From Sophie Bille Brahe’s statement single drop earrings to Tada and Toy’s affordable gems, we’ve found a collection for every taste…
Launched in 2012, Jessie Harris’ jewellery brand focuses on clean lines and sculptural forms. Influenced by the concept of Retro Futurism, her designs are the perfect statement for those who don’t usually ‘do’ jewellery. We love the brand’s new season take on hoop earrings.
SOPHIE BILLE BRAHE
This Copenhagen-based designer graduated from the RCA before setting up her eponymous brand. Sophie Bille Brahe’s pieces reflect the designer’s love for storytelling and avant-garde design. Already stocked in net-a-porter, the brand’s single gold pearl earring won the hearts of the fashion crowd last season.
Since it’s inception, this young designer has been name dropped by everyone from Leandra Medine to Camille Charriere. Heralded for her contemporary spin on pearls, Kermiche’s designs embrace femininity, sensuality and geometry. Her collections include a scattering of surrealist motifs, including studs made out of hands clutching stones.
Influenced by her German heritage, Sophie Karg’s eclectic jewellery looks to London’s melting pot of style. Already featured in countless glossy mags, the brand’s signature cross motif have won the hearts of the fash pack. The brand also practices a conflict-free diamond policy, only dealing with respected suppliers. Win win.
TADA & TOY
Tada and Toy was set up by two young London-based designers, Tansy Aspinall and Victoria van Holthe. The brand’s pieces are incredibly wearable, known for their luxury aesthetic at high street prices. We love the brand’s use of star motifs – spotted on delicate pendants and hoops. If you need any more excuses to love the brand, they also donate five percent of all sales to The Aspinall Foundation.