JEWELLERY DESIGNERS

ATELIER JEN

Jen Neame-Collins is an independent British jewellery designer based in France. She is the founder of Atelier Jen, a statement jewellery brand known for its intricate details, bold patterns and a special technique of papier-mâché resulting in an impeccable unique aesthetic.

Jen began using her techniques to create jewellery inspired by many things, from Renaissance art to Dolly Parton, classical to kitsch, each collection evolves naturally from the last, with new colours, shapes and patterns fitting seamlessly into the aesthetic.

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ESPIEGLE

After graduating from Birmingham City University, Xin Wen launched her own brand, Espiègle. Redefining the art of millinery with fun, passion and literal skill, Wen’s bold creations are transforming the hat world. Blending her fearless imagination with a more accessible sensibility, she creates amazing and unexpected head adornments for every occasion.

It’s no surprise that due to her avant-garde aesthetic, her elegantly energetic works of art have been featured in the likes of Cosmopolitan, Little Thing and Coco Magazine.

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RHAPSODY IN FOREST

Chan Ho Chi started his own brand, RHAPSODY IN FOREST after graduating from MA Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins in 2013. His collections have been exhibited at the London Design Festival. He has also collaborated with Renli Su, a London based fashion designer, at London Fashion week, Paris Fashion week and Shanghai Fashion Week. He is a registered member of the British Goldsmiths Company and has received a commend award from Goldsmiths Design.

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YOSTER

Yoster's jewellery is a blend of preciseness, power and emotion with a vision to create jewellery that stands also as a sculpture object that you can connect to, collect and keep.

Founder Hila Amar named her brand after her parents, Yosi and Ester, who taught her two of the most important skills that make her the artist she is today, how to touch and how to believe. She is driven by the material and inspired by natural patterns. Hila seeks to find forms that maintain a dialogue between spirit and material. Her collections are contemporary yet timeless.

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