Our jewelry designers’ new collections draw on a wide range of influences, specially architecture and arts, creating stunning edgy designs.
By Marie Caroline Selmer
Looking for the perfect line. Driven by the energy of New York City, designer and artist Eva Fehren draws her inspiration from architectural, geometric and visual elements of her native city.
As a result, her fine jewelry collection features urban pieces utterly wearable from day to night such as the sputnik Stud Earrings crafted of blackened 18k white gold and set with sparkling white diamonds.
Playing with symetry, the designer’s one-of-a-kind XX ring mimics the crisscrossing power lines. This architectural piece is set at the center with an hexagonal rose-cut black diamond for an unique aesthetic.
Kavant & Sharart niche brand also offers geometric lines and subtle curves. Fascinated for Oriental arts and the Art Deco period, the creative couple reinteprets the ancient japanese tradition of paper folding.
We love the straight lines of the origami fan earrings which features a stunning geometric drop construction encrusted with sparkling white diamonds.
The ORIGAMI range also includes constrasting necklaces and rings handcrafted in their in-house workshops of local Thai artisans.
Graphic shapes feels fresh at Repossi with the Serti Sur Vide collection. Gaia Repossi, the brand’s creative director, innovates by using wider stones and diamonds set “on void”, as if they were suspended on a structure.
You will get hypnotized by the delicate settings of the Serti Sur Vide ring. Composed of 5 pear-cut diamonds placed on two classic rows, this couture piece gives a futuristic feeling when placed on the bare skin.
Last but not least, our jewelry review won’t be complete without mentionning the stellar collection of multi-award winning jeweler Tomasz Donocik. Inspired by 1970s artist Frank Stella’s geometric paintings, the designer has created an irresistible range of multi-couloured gemstones ring and earrings, using rubies, pink opals, white agate and diamonds, set in graphic composition. Sleek and clear design for a playfulness result.