Introducing the New Collection
Maison Margiela was originally founded by the elusive designer Martin Margiela. Today the cult brand is helmed by John Galliano and continues to thrive, producing edgy collections that feature classics reworked in an modern way.
Glamour Magazine - July 2015
Kim Kardashian wearing Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry Chevalière Sterling Silver Split Bracelet
Interview Magazine - April 2015
Louise Grinberg wearing Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry Chevalière Sterling Silver Split Ring
Editorialist Magazine - F/W 2015
Featuring Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry Chevalière Yellow Gold Split Ring
Pearls were once seen as conservative, but the traditional views of pearls as old-fashioned jewelry are changing and numerous brands are reinventing pearls for the modern women. While pearls have always been in fashion, they are no longer dismissed to your grandmother’s closet. Pearls are making a comeback in a big way, alongside with diamonds they are a staple among many fashionistas worldwide.
Sliced Pearl Bracelet
Yvonne Léon Dessous D'oreille
3 Pearl Lobe Earring White Gold
Pearls are a classic addition to any jewelry collection as they embody sophisticated elegance. They are also immensely flattering to one’s complexion. Simply put, pearls never go out of style, so it’s not surprising to see celebrities and the younger generation taking a shine to them.
Asherali Knopfer Rose Gold Bar Earring
Essence Line Pendant
Melanie Georgacopoulos is one designer who has given pearl jewellry a modern twist by splicing and cutting pearls and using them in new ways. She has turned pearls into statement pieces with the intent on reviving the material with modern meanings that challenge ideas of classic pearl jewelry. She explains, “I decided to make pearls my trademark when I noticed that there was very little contemporary pearl jewelry and that most people thought them outdated and conventional. I look at pearls from a fresh perspective when creating my collections, concentrating on innovative design that is easy to wear. Of course, it has helped a lot that pearls are appearing more and more on the catwalk as well as on prominent celebrities. These days women are not restricted to the traditional single-strand pearl necklace anymore; they now have a wide variety of interesting choices.”
Saskia Diez Pearl and Silver Sling Ring
Adeline Cacheux Pop Stripes Single Bracelet
Jade Jagger White Diamond Arrow
Maria Black Fine Jewelry
Sid Diamond Earring
Saskia Diez Rose Gold
Double Wire Ring
Right in time for Spring Summer, "Pop Stripes" is Adeline Cacheux’s new collection. Her bold style delicately plays with the traditions of jewelry making, and her ability to merge gold and silver in various forms helps give her designs a elegant timeless character.
All of Adeline’s jewelry is designed and made at her atelier in Paris.
A split ring appears unfinished. It formalizes the adaptable nature of the ties that bind, and rewrites the chapters that take place between an initial hello, the waiting and the first signs of love in all its complexity. This ring outlines the coincidences and vagaries that punctuate a love story. An incomplete circle. A moment suspended in time between a first meeting and marriage. Unsoldered and free.
The unified coat of arms and family crest revisited. A pure, sleek signet ring, split in half. A gentleman’s ring divided, a sidelong reconstruction of house codes and ancestry that transforms heritage by giving it a new twist. Ironically, this ring plays down history by accentuating its symbols and traditions, before reinventing them.
Sterling Silver Split Bracelet
An heirloom piece. A divided, disunited jewel that shakes free of the inheritance aesthetic, moving beyond it. A symbol of kinship that incorporates independence, playing with conventional concepts of family and tradition. These pieces bring a twist to family lore, making way for dizzying possibilities and a chance to revise history. A deconstructed symbol that quiets the ancestral tendencies usually inscribed in precious stones, aligning lineage with the uniqueness of a contemporary jeweled piece.
After graduating from a course in art history and after a long time experience with contemporary art galleries, Adeline Cacheux turned to jewelry design. Initiated in the art of metal from the École Boulle, she presented her first collection in 2007. Two years later, she was chosen to design jewelry for Christofle - one of the oldest and most prestigious silverware maisons in France.
Her work plays on notions of elegance, refinement and aesthetic detachment. She draws inspiration from the everyday world, interest in contemporary art, design and music. Adeline Cacheux combines style with often neglected details, worked beautifully into the chain channelling a rock chic spirit that is realistic and timeless. Her designs are outstandingly chic and strong, and made using the highest quality sterling silver.
With a lifelong background in the creative fields, Jade Jagger began making jewelry in 1993 and has since carved a feted reputation as an artist and visionary jeweler. Jade has travelled the world sourcing stones and building an insider knowledge of a tradition and art that extends beyond the offering of mass produced global brands. Collaborating with top designers from around the world and with her 'rock n roll' upbringing the jewellery takes inspiration from her international travels and luxe boho-chic style. Jade ensures that each piece of jewellery is carefully hand-made from from precious metals and fine diamonds, using traditional methods bringing each piece into something tangibly unique and beautiful realized.
Here at Kavut, we carry “Arrow” pieces of Jade Jagger’s line of jewellery. Arrow is an ancient form, dating from pre-history through classical antiquity and medieval times. The Arrow appears across every culture in hunting, warfare, sport and ritual. Here it is steeped in the mythology and romance of Eros, Apollo and Orion.
items are available for purchase online
*Images taken from jadejagger.co.uk*