Rough stones and slice diamonds are her things. Introducing the London-born and London-based designer Rachel Boston.
Proud Londoner Rachel Boston is one of those kindred spirits that just stumbled across their calling in life by pure accident. Ever since the launch of her eponymous brand she has been navigating the steep line between edginess and traditional styles with her daring designs and making headlines doing it. The end result is an eclectic modern line of jewelry with painstaking attention to detail and exquisite goldsmith technique – working around rough stones and slice diamonds as her signature.
It would be difficult not to be smitten with Rachel’s deeply distinctive designs and statement creations that fuse concepts from seemingly conflicting worlds. Turning her eye to nature and the realms of magic and high fashion, she reimagines the organic shapes and forms of animals and plants and gives them a rock’n’roll twist. Since the launch of her brand she has rolled out several spellbinding collections – each centring on a leading motif that defines and sets the tone. RUNES draws inspiration from the Runic alphabet and reinterpreting the ancient symbols and their meanings into fashion-forward pieces of modern luxury. Hinged diamond rings to white sapphire ear cuffs are handcrafted in 18kt gold, and adorned with precious stones to recreate unique and timeless designs with understated edge.
Rachel’s capsule collection ‘COSMOS’ comprises unique pieces with large rose cut diamond slices – specifically chosen for their remarkable inclusions and cut. Honouring the beauty that can be found within the imperfect, the line is inspired by the character of the slices themselves. With great attention to detail and meticulous craftsmanship, the up-and-coming designer has made a name for herself with her beautifully crafted and highly refined jewellery inspired by nature, contemporary culture and her love of high fashion.
Rachel Boston is a brand whose jeweller pieces are a superb treat that exhibits and celebrates beauty in all its forms and manifestations.