The new scene: Bar Jewellery

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by Make it last on 24 November, 2016

The future of fashion is looking bright – Make it last guides you to brands shaping the scene.

After seven years working as a womenswear designer for luxury brands like Burberry and Tom Ford, Sophie Mckay decided to use her professional experience in a new context; that of a personal passion of hers: jewellery. Bar Jewellery launches this month with “the aim of becoming a positive influence on both the fashion industry and the environment”, being sustainably sourced, handmade, cast and finished in the UK.

Bar Jewellery’s first collection is a mix of sculptural pieces and redesigned classics inspired by mid century modernists such as Constantin Brancusi and Jean Arp. All pieces are available in recycled silver and gold plated recycled silver. The range will soon expand to include a collection of curated vintage pieces to further encourage others to make conscious purchases.

Check out Bar Jewellery here.


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