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There are several jewelry brands to obsess over at the moment – Sophie Buhai, Laura Lombardi, Agmes, Young Frankk – but then there are those we’ve been in love with for years and years, like Sophie Bille Brahe. The Copenhagen-based fine jewelry designer has everything to desire: a cool and beautiful muse friend, a super successful chef and restaurateur brother, a supermodel in-law, the cutest son ever (who apparently prefers a good uniform), and an amazing stylist bff from Sweden – what more could one want?  

From creating her signature Croissante de Lune diamond earring over ten years ago – still incredibly gorgeous and highly desirable – to launching the new Botticelli pearls (totally to die for!), we’ve been shamelessly lusting for her precious gold jewels, which are hand made using traditional goldsmith techniques in the designer’s Copenhagen studio.  

Even though every piece is exquisitely beautiful on its own, it’s when seen in a Danish cool-girl context that Bille Brahe’s work comes into its full right, for example: hung around the neck of Pernille Teisbaek, in the ears of Jeanette Friis Madsen, or stacked on the fingers of Caroline Bille Brahe and Emma Rosenzweig. But make no mistake: they would look equally fantastic on a Swedish editor too! Just have to start saving…

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