On our minds: not the conventional bling

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by adakallgren on 10 December, 2015

WOLF + SADIE make limited runs of each, gorgeous design – and sources materials locally.

In the past few seasons we have seen the re-emergence of jewellery with new brands taking on a sparer aesthetic appealing to those not too keen on conventional bling. One of these brands is WOLF + SADIE, a boutique design house championing monochromatic, metal-heavy jewellery that balances feminine and masculine through minimal shapes and textures. Founded on a slow design ethic, the studio’s vision is to embrace the customer’s individuality by making limited runs of each design – meaning that small batches help promote mindful consumerism. The label also makes an effort to source materials locally as much as possible and utilise every piece of the metal which is then recycled into other jewellery. Read more here

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