This season it’s all about enamel and designers are using it in endless combinations. Diamonds, pearls and gemstones, let’s take a look at the most inspired pairings.
The Greek designer has made enamel one of his signature materials. He revisits age-old expertise through his collections and inspirations. Nikos Koulis has used a deep black enamel hue for his iconic OUI range to give his designs the right amount of art deco style. We have to mention the earrings that put a fresh spin on the genre.
Colette Steckel is showcasing enamel following Galaxia, a collection of diamond-covered statement jewellery designed for the red carpet. The Galaxia Enamel range shakes up the eternal stone by pairing it with a rainbow of colours. Enamel puts a cheeky twist on the Franco-Mexican designer’s jewellery creations to create a pop feel.
Salama Khalfan is a woman of many talents as an artist, jeweller and horse rider. Her passions have sculpted her very own universe imbued with equestrian and architectural values. The Dubai designer’s new collection, Calliope, takes us into the carefree and vibrant atmosphere of a night at the circus. Salama Khalfan is bold with contrasts and daringly puts together pearls, diamonds and enamel in a series of versatile and colourful pieces including the double-sided Acrobat ring that can be worn as a pendant too. A three-in-one piece that we want now.
Saudi designer Nourah Al Faisal trained in the best Paris jewellery studios and has a love for enamel because of the gleam it gives the gems it’s paired with. The jeweller’s “B enamel” collection takes us on an adventure exploring Saudi architecture. The jewellery’s eye-catching shapes are counterbalanced by an expert blend of diamonds, rose gold and brightly coloured enamel. Girly mix & match jewellery that you’ll go wild for.
The Lebanese designer loves colour. The collections inspired by architecture showcase gemstones paired with enamel in a subtle play on light. Selim Mouzannar has enhanced the range of pastel tones with the Mina collection running from blue and pale grey to milky ivory. A deliciously fresh colour chart that’s perfect for the new season.