5 Jewellery Brands to know for Autumn
Who doesn’t love a little glitz? Now more than ever choosing an ethical jewellery brand has never been easier. Here are our favourite jewellery brands to know for Autumn.
5 Jewellery Brands to Know for Autumn
Ex-lawyer turned jewellery designer von Trapp discovered an innovative use for her mother’s old jewellery when she upcycled it into new, more contemporary feeling pieces. Inspired by clean lines and textures, she repurposes her materials, harnessing the original heritage of the pieces and giving them new life. We love her simple yet spectacular earrings that fall elegantly from your lobes. Smart hinges allow them to move as you do, elongating and drawing attention to your neck.
Laura Chavez and Katie Rowland are proud to call themselves diamond disruptors. Their brand Lark and Berry utilises lab grown diamonds in their designs to provide entirely traceable and more purse friendly designs. The extensive range includes both demi fine and fine pieces providing something to suit everyone. From delicate stacking rings to gobstopper ruby earrings, we’re obsessed with everything!
Inspired by her Italian heritage, Laura Lombardi’s designs are fused with classicism and the industrial qualities of her current surroundings for inspiration, New York City. Using recycled mixed metals, Laura’s designs have a reassuringly chunky quality, they are certainly not for the faint hearted! Although pretty show stopping, Laura’s pieces aren’t just for ‘best’. Why not ground them with a chic but casual outfit like a crisp white cotton shirt and true blue denim?
Stockholm based All Blues is handcrafted in Sweden using local and ethically sourced solid 925 sterling silver and 18ct gold vermeil. The result is a collection of pieces with an imperfectly finished, organic feel. A mix of Scandinavian sensibility and great ethical values mean we can’t get enough of All Blues distinctive collection. Any piece would make a quirky finishing touch to any outfit.
After hearing first hand the inspiring story of how Fairtrade helped a miner and her community to work safely and earn a fair wage, Natalie Perry knew that Fairtrade gold was the only way forward for her eponymous jewellery brand. Inspired by her time as a designer in Jaipur where she hand rendered traditional Indian jewellery, the collection is an homage to her unforgettable time there. The pieces are delicate and very wearable, featuring ornate ‘Flower Fragments’ accented with tiny diamonds.
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