Tel Aviv couple-duo designers, Tanya & Tomer choose stunning stones and unique clean lines for their silhouettes.
Inspired by the bravery of human trafficking survivors, Jessica Hendricks-Yee designed Brave with a desire to wash away taboo associations with sensitive subjects.
Cathy creates feminine and bold pieces that evoke magical realism. Her work is praised in the fine jewelry world and is ornate, sophisticated, and timeless.
Since the earliest years of her life, Celine has always spent her life playing with stones. Now, she travels between Jaipur and Belgium, meticulously sourcing exceptional stones to work with.
Inspired by ancient and ethnic art as well as life in New York City, Brooklyn based Debbie Fisher combines her love of color and style in her handcrafted jewelry.
Gigi's jewelry is made in the family workshop in France with designs inspired by her jeweler father. Shop her 18K and resin pieces with a rich color palette.
LA based Jacquie Aiche was born to Egyptian and American Indian parents which led to her now signature aesthetic.
Kothari jewelry ranges from elemental stones, to ornamental objects with sparkling diamonds to uniquely imagined experimental pieces.
Marie Laure's jewelry does not fit any fashion trend - her jewelry transforms her favorite materials, woven with handmade embroidery and wrapped in silk chiffon.
Métier is a distinguished 9ct and 14ct gold jewelry collection designed by Laura Kay, the director of the renowned London jewelry gallery, Tomfoolery.
To Melissa, knowing the origins of all her raw materials is incredibly important. Her jewelry is inspired by the beauty and shape of her organic, raw materials.
Rosanne uses classic, elegant proportions, but keeps an earthy rawness by using gentle finishing techniques and unusual gemstones.
Todd Pownell, founder and owner of TAP, is an artist and jeweler based in Cleveland who manipulates fine metals and jewels with a unique sensitivity to the intrinsic beauty of the raw material.
After leaving a law career in Paris behind, designer Virginie transformed her passion for yoga practice and its philosophy into a collection of jewelry that embodies harmony and inner peace.
Yasuko Azuma launched her collection in 2003 with her husband Richard Ito. Working with rich, earth-toned diamonds and soft, brushed gold, Yasuko consistently creates pieces that marry her own soft spoken elegance with bold femininity.