The gory rise of memorial bling
Victoriana is back, in the form of jewellery that might help people learn how to grieve.
Slawn and O Thongthai’s fine jewellery collaboration is wearable art
Featuring dick-eared bunnies, pearl necklaces and engraved signet rings, the duo’s new collection comprises of gallery-worthy objects to wear on the go.
A brief history of horny jewellery
From blood vials to thorned engagement rings, we chart the evolution of accessories embodying love, sex and desire.
The avant-garde Chinese label fusing jewellery and prosthetics
From surreal face pieces to intricate prosthetics, Yvmin want to make jewellery’s sense of play accessible to everyone.
Screwing with jewelry: the designers making playful pendants for summer
Brooke Callahan, Emma Pryde, Janky Jewels and MGN by Megan draw on childhood crafts and mall-era talismans to create whimsical jewels that spark joy.
Screwing with jewellery: these designers are making hard-wear for the body
Lorette Colé Duprat, Juanita Care, Marland Backus and Frances O are adorning overlooked, unexpected body parts with garment-like jewellery.
Stéphanie D’heygere wants you to accessorize your accessories
The Belgian designer behind namesake label, D’heygere, turns everyday objects like cigarettes, iPhone cables and pencils into functional accessories.
Bleue Burnham's jewellery is inspired by nature and trying to save it
The London-based creator's designs are attention-grabbing, but theres more to them than meets the eye.
The cultural significance of Black jewellery design
Four independent jewellers working in an industry severely lacking in diversity discuss why their craft is such an important part of Black identity.
Screwing with jewellery: these designers are turning trash into trinkets
Emily Frances Barrett, Danielle Karlikoff, Corrina Goutos and Caroline Ohrt are making surreal jewels out of chewing gum, cigarette butts and soda cans.
Beepy Bella is the ethereal jewellery brand inspired by magical creatures
Designer Isabella Lalonde tells us about her signature handmade necklaces and why glass-blowing makes her feel like a wizard.
MASS is a cult jewellery label inspired by its designer's Vietnamese heritage
Stephanie Le's designs are about the idea of making peace with growing up as a minority.