Buba uses embroidered beads and Swarovski crystals to create decorative geometric shapes and floral designs. Inspired by the exotic colours and shapes of Goa and the fluorescent glamour of Ibiza’s Techno scene, these two international flavours perfectly complement each other to create a unique fashion experience.
- Douglas Poon
Young jewellery designer Douglas Poon is fascinated by the romance of bygone times in which ladies wore sumptuous gowns, men were masters of empire, and both dined in decadent surroundings.
This love was ignited by finding a dusty antique crystal, wiping off the dust to let a few rays of light shine through. Douglas Poon’s debut collection mimics this light play, using beautiful hand-carved and polished Lucite jewellery.
Pebble source the diverse materials for their striking jewellery from all over the world. Traditional tribal jewellery is a big influence for Pebble, as well as the love of natural materials, jewellery designs are kept as simple as possible in the belief that one cannot improve on nature.
- Shaun Leane
- Sorrel Bay
Sorrel Bay’s creative Director Marie Walshe has been a goldsmith with over 20 years experience. Marie hand crafts each piece with a team of master goldsmiths and diamond setters.
- Stephen Webster
Stephen Webster, the London-based luxury jewellery brand internationally heralded for its exquisite and cutting edge designs continues to flourish under its founder and creative director, Stephen Webster. Taking inspiration from music, fashion, literature and art to produce contemporary, bold and glamorous collections, this unique approach to fine jewellery has been some 40 years in the making.
- Tina Lilienthal
Shoreditch based jewellery designer Tina Lilienthal creates quirky jewellery with a playful edge.
- Ungar & Ungar
Ungar & Ungar
The Hungarian wife and husband team descend from a family of jewellery makers who have been designing and making precious jewellery for five generations and are renowned for their beautiful and elegant diamond set eternity rings echoing the Art Deco and Art Nouveau movements.