Every once in a while I become fixated on something and end up doing all sorts of research on the subject. Nowadays, and just like everyone else, I’m going through a jewelry phase and I can’t wait to share with you these fabulous new jewelry finds that I came across during my perpetual research. Read below to learn about the 7 new drool-worthy jewelry brands to add to your armoire…
The Foundrae collection is authentic, classic, personal and autobiographical. Founded in 2015 by husband and wife duo, Murat and Beth Bugdaycay, the Foundrae collection features modern heirlooms that are pulled from a variety of cultures and time periods each with its own story to tell.
A jewelry brand that speaks directly to women who have a sense of discovery in their hearts. Inspiring women to reflect their own light and to create the future of their dreams.
A graduate from Central Saint Martins, Anissa launched her label in 2016 to design jewelry collections for the generation of successful, powerful, and funny women who are still in touch with their femininity.
Award-winning jewelry designer Alexis Kletjian opened a bespoke gallery in Pennsylvania, and has since become a destination for custom fine jewelry and heirloom re-design. She has amassed a curated collection of antique & vintage jewelry that is available at every budget point.
Launched in 2013, Marla Aaron is a self-professed rebellious little company based in New York City specialising in jewelry among other things. Combining her love for hardware, bridges and jewelry, the designer chose locks as her main theme.
Established by twin sisters, Amber & Nicole, Workhorse jewelry collects once-treasured pieces and they re-invent them into these contemporary pieces worshipped by today’s gals. Worn layered or on their own, each of their statement pieces has a story to tell.
Launched in 2011, Jugar N Spice is a jewelry brand that gives that special piece of jewelry which you can attach a memory to. Julie Hemsky, the designer behind the brand, explained how each collection is an expression of her travels and her state-of-mind at the time and she wants the customer to conjure up that feeling whenever they wear her pieces.