Shlomit creates unique jewelry and accessories which combine a romantic feel with an updated, trendy look. In her designs, she captures daily "snapshots" as if stopping time and turns them into a carefully crafted piece of art: a small bird on a branch, spring flowers blooming, sharp lines and geometric shapes seen on an urban horizon and more. Shlomit's jewelry collection introduces pieces made of gold and silver plated metals combining pearls, semi-precious stones, glass beads and enamel, and unique materials such as wood veneer, formica and textile.In addition to jewelry, Shlomit designs an apparel and accessories line consisting of limited editions of clothing, shoes, handbags, hair accessories and belts, as well as unique bridal accessories. The collections are sold in the designer's shops and website and in select stores and boutiques around the globe.
Maya Magal is a handmade jewellery brand based in Hatton Garden, London. Greatly influenced by her background in textile design, Maya defines a contemporary, stylish look that has become a firm favourite among top UK and international boutiques.
After launching her first collection in 2013, Maya Magal now designs in her artisan studio in London’s renowned jewellery quarter. Having rapidly gained international appeal and press attention since graduating from the University of the Arts, London, she has built up a loyal following of both private customers and celebrities.
Judith Benita lives and works in Paris, France.
She graduated from the Applied Arts School Duperré in Paris, an incubator for new talents, where she majored in Fashion Design. She then worked for French designers Vanessa Bruno, Sakina M’Sa, and Isabel Marant. Craving for new inspirations, she moves to New York, where she blossoms as a jewel designer, working for Justin Giunta (Subversive Jewelry) and Wendy Nichols. She learns how to handle different materials such as leather and metal. Strongly influenced by her New York life, and enriched by the many things she has experienced, she flies back to Paris to create, in 2009, her first collection: Me, My Jewel, and I. She imagines and creates her new jewels in her Parisian workshop. She likes to refine the shape of her creations, to shed the light on colors, which she blends subtly, mixing brass and lacquered colors.
Within a family in the fiber arts, She developed her own world through the realization of jewelry since her young age.
Graduated in 2008 from ESAAT (Graduate School of Applied Arts and Textile) in Roubaix, She goes to ENSAAMA (called Olivier de Serres) in Paris, where she get my BTS in 2010. This school enabled me to discover other aspects of Applied Arts such as metal work, synthesis materials or ceramics.
Continuing to make her own jewelry until that time, she created a first jewelry line. Given the increasing interest of professionals that she could find, create her jewelry label has become obvious, especially since she had a urge to stand on her own.
Beatriz Palacios is a jewelry brand launched in Madrid in winter 2011. After graduating as a mining engineer in 2006, Beatriz moved to Dublin. Shortly after moving there she became part of ' The loft market' - an artist and fashion collective based at the Powerscourt Town House Centre in Dublin. For a year in Ireland she made and sold her own jewellery designs before returning to Madrid in October 2007. Since then, her life is between the two cities.
Beatriz has always been concentrated on personalizing her style looking for quality and unique design in precious stones such as onyx, agate and jade which she found in auctions and small shops in the larger cities of NY, Paris, San Francisco and Madrid. Collecting these precious stones and metal designs she has incorporated her own contemporary tastes to the vintage material and developed a distinctive style of her own.
The brand researches and reflects on 20th Century European art and design movements for inspiration to create design and develop a new collection every season
The aim of the brand is always to mantain a high insistence on quality, craftmanship and design. In order to achieve this, every piece is handcrafted in their workshop in Madrid involving several different elements and processes .
The name for the AW13 collection is 'OSSUM', whose meaning is bone in latin. The work has been developed around found vintage bone pieces from the 50's. Several elements have taken part in the final design of the pieces: the bust of a horse, an art deco triangular piece and flat chains. All these elements together with the work of Spanish artisans specialized in hand-carving the bone result in the creation of 'OSSUM'
'SUPREMUS', the title of the SS14 collection refers to the Suprematist movement which began in Russia around 1913. This movement focused on geometric forms such as triangles, circles and squares using a basic range of colours. This collection displays a development of designs