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Daisy Knights has won several awards including the coveted “Cosmopolitan Ultimate Woman” Award from Cosmopolitan magazine alongside fellow award-winners, Katy Perry and Nicole Scherzinger.
Daisy has designed exclusive collections for Harvey Nichols, Urban Outfitter, ASOS menswear and Net-a-porter as well as a collaboration with MADE Jewellery.
Each individual item of jewellery is lovingly hand made here in Britain, giving each piece its own story that mass production just cannot achieve. Daisy’s free spirit and bohemian city style is reflected through each new collection, the fusion between the sea, nature and the city is a constant within her work and inspirations. Daisy creates timeless, precious treasures to be kept and cherished forever.
Inspired by her surroundings, Imogen’s experimentalist jewellery takes influence from both architecture and nature combined – from the tallest building to the shyest flower. Delicate porcelain fragments are enrobed in the textured metals of gilded bronze, silver, steel and gold with pendants, rings and necklaces taking on an organic twist.
As a jewellery graduate from the Sir John Cass School of Art, Media & Design at The London Metropolitan University, Imogen’s work has won awards from the British Jewellery Association, The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and South Square Trust alike, exhibiting at the Islington Design Centre, the Structure and Function Gallery in Soho, Coutts London Jewellery week and London Fashion Week amongst others.
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A London based artist and designer with a background in fine and applied arts, Emma studied for a degree at Wimbledon School of Arts and a diploma in Broadcasting at Ravensbourne College. She went on to build a career in Film and TV in the camera department though after feeling an increasing need to have creative independence and for the love of making, Emma put her mind to starting her jewellery business.
Not only are these pieces unique, they grow from a sustainable, ethical perspective. The design is of primary importance, the fact the materials are reclaimed is fundamental but not obvious. All pieces are made by hand in her London studio overlooking the Olympic stadium in East London’s hackney Wick. Each is unique, an art work in itself.
These are intricate sculptures that are framed and complimented by the body. Reflecting our curves and angles to emphasise and celebrate the beauty in nature. Soft, tactile and moveable these creations need to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Having been building her business since 2009 Ware has received an overwhelming response and established a loyal fanbase. Seen on the red carpet at the MoBo awards, on TV – I’m a celebrity get me out of here. in print – Grazia, Instyle, Time Out NY, 125 magazine, Amelia’s Compendium of Fashion Illustration and recognised as Best Newcomer at the 2011 East London Design Show. 2013 brings an exciting collaboration with Triumph Lingerie.
Jewellery designer Burcu Okut was born in Istanbul, she studied at Kocaeli University. Burcu had a strong interest in jewellery design which drove her to study the subject. This led to Burcu establishing the brand “Burcu Okut Jewellery”. Burcu Okut designs contemporary Jewellery using traditional techniques and creates unique handmade jewellery.
Slovenian jewellery designer Olga Košica and graphic designer Rok Marinšek are the creative pair
behind the Ljubljana based jewellery label, olgafacesrok. Inspired by contemporary art, sculpture, painting and nature, their work is often created by combining materials, techniques and latest technology like 3D printing. Complimenting each other as individuals with contrasting backgrounds and ideas has helped them bring passion to their daily design practice and can be seen translated into their stunning creations.
olgafacesrok have been behind several high-profile projects including the exhibition “Inside Out” in the gallery Squat and others in Berlin, a collaboration with menswear brand Wooyoungmi, womenwear designer Masha Ma and various fashion editorials.
They presented their jewellery collections “Winter Garden” and “Lucid Dream”
with China-based designer Masha Ma in the official Paris Fashion Week schedule.
Väska is a minimalist luxury leather handbag brand created in Barcelona in 2012. The brand Väska comes from the Swedish word for “bag” and is influenced in all its designs by the Fenno-Swedish origins of the designer, following a very Nordic and pure line combined with a Mediterranean touch.
All the bags are 100% handmade with a passion for traditional craftsmanship and innovative design, using only the finest leather and natural fabrics. The final result is a sustainable line of bags offering unique and contemporary interpretations of timeless styles with a high sense of effortless elegance and quality.
Made was born from a desire to create beautiful products using traditional, time-honoured skills and fashion-led design. We believe in transparency and integrity in all that we do. By working in synergy with the people and communities with whom we work, we aim to create positive change through the production of beautiful and unique jewellery and accessories.
Each unique piece in the Made collection is hand crafted by highly skilled, dedicated artisans. Traditional craftsmanship is infused into all our products and every item in our collection echoes the love and skill of the hands that made it. Using techniques handed down through the generations, our jewellery and bags not only look great but also tell a story of lives changed through safe, sustainable employment, training and education.
Between travelling the world for shoots and shows as a model and her high school exams, Anni Jürgenson found the time to start her own jewellery line. Inspired by global cultures and art, she handcrafts statement ear cuffs. Combining a bold look with delicate feathers or sharp spikes, Anni’s approach to design is unique and innovative.
Having worked in the fashion industry as a stylist for the past 12 years, Nina Lamb knows a thing or two about detail.
A self-confessed magpie, knowing exactly how to finish a look, but frustrated by countless attempts to find the perfect piece, Nina took it upon herself to create her own delectable jewellery box.
Inspired by years of travel across Rajasthan in India and the islands of Indonesia, each design promises a personal anecdote that Nina loves to share with her following.
The introductory collection carries an Eastern undertone yet is integrated with a contemporary, understated overall finish.
“I’ve selfishly created jewellery that I love and want to wear every day. I like to keep things simple therefore my designs are delicate and pared down but that’s not to say they will go unnoticed.”
Currently working out of her London studio, Nina launches this debut collection of timeless jewellery pieces delivered in her own personal, uncomplicated yet exceptional style.