Ayako Kanari is a Tokyo-born jewellery designer based in London. Her designs are strongly driven by conceptual thinking, but with the dedicated philosophy that the 'story behind the piece' should not require explanation for her work to stand firmly on its own.
Ros Millar is a young, award-winning designer originally from Northern Ireland. Having graduated in June 2009 and now an established jewellery designer/ maker with her own studio in London she offers beautiful, exciting, and innovative high quality pieces reflecting her own unique vision.
Michelle-Oh is a contemporary designer graduated from Central Saint Martins. Her work is largely based on her day to day observations of human relationships and nature. She enjoys using traditional techniques in new and unexpected ways to create jewellery with a narrative.
In 2010, Anna travelled to Jerusalem to study, where she found work in the studio of a leading Jewellery Designer. While she lived there, Anna fell in love with the geometric patterns on the buildings and places of worship that surrounded her. After returning to the UK and finishing a Masters in Jewellery Design, Anna has been designing luxurious statement pieces that are characterized by a bold, geometric style.
Rosie designs subversive statement pieces and tiny trinkets that are perfect for contemporary style adventurers. With a background in anthropology and fine art, which Rosie studied at The School of Oriental & African Studies and The Slade School of Art, each curvaceous collection celebrates scrolls as enduring symbols of opulence and power, what Rosie refers to as‘Neoclassical Couture’.
Laura combines traditional jewellery techniques with contemporary silversmithing as well as her background in fine art and restoration to express herself thru her work. She takes inspiration from the world around her and her home town of Barcelona.