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Young female jewelers on a conscious agenda – rethinking the traditional artisanal trade – are growing in numbers, and we're excited to see them progress. Stylist Meja Taserud teamed up with photographer Kira Blaker to artfully capture our favorite bling du jour.

Left: Big earring, handcrafted in sterling silver, Sara Robertsson. Ring, Sara Robertsson. Small piercings, model’s own (throughout the story). Dress, By Malene Birger/Vestiaire Collective. Underwear, Baserange.

Right: Big earring, handcrafted in sterling silver, Sara Robertsson. Ring, Sara Robertsson. Dress, By Malene Birger/Vestiaire Collective. Underwear, Baserange.

Left: Thin rings, reclaimed white gold, Norrfolks. Ring, created by water casting technique, Holpp. Shirt, Filippa K.

Right: Earrings, created by water casting technique, Holpp. Shirt, Marques Almeida/Vestiaire Collective. Trousers, AVAVAV Firenze.

Rings, gold plated brass with raw diamonds made from diamond waste, Baumgarten Di Marco. Earrings, made from lost wax casting, Alighieri. Dress, Cecilie Bahnsen/second hand.

Earrings, reclaimed white gold, Norrfolks. Body, Wolford. Trousers, Filippa K.

Earrings, reclaimed white gold, Norrfolks. Body, Wolford. Trousers, Filippa K.

Left: Earrings, Alighieri. Ring, reclaimed gold, Norrfolks. Jacket, Prada/Vestiaire Collective.

Right: Earrings, Sara Robertsson. Shirt, AVAVAV Firenze.

Left: Rings, gold plated brass with raw diamonds made from diamond waste, Baumgarten Di Marco. Earrings, made from lost wax casting, Alighieri. Dress, Cecilie Bahnsen/second hand.

Right: Necklaces, Alighieri. Seamless top, Filippa K.

Left: Rings, reclaimed gold, Norrfolks. Jacket, Prada/Vestiaire Collective.

Right: Earring, Alighieri. Pleated top, second hand/Vestiaire Collective.


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Emma Elwin: Så fint!!!
November 9, 2018

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