Made in Gdynia, Poland
Emilia Kohut designs her jewelry in Gdynia, Poland. A graduate of Industrial Design from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, she began her career in the Laboratory of Small Industrial Design and Jewelry. Staying true to her laboratory roots, she experiments with materials like amber, wood and fishskins, constantly pushing her limits to powerful results. Mostly, we love that no matter how far she explores the possibility of design, all of her work comes back to the same wonderful brand of sexy and sensual.
Made in Berlin, Germany
Pascale met Cristina of Pendular Pocket in Barcelona while shopping for her bridal gown. Cristina and Pascale instantly connected and when it came to light that Cristina makes this beautiful line of handmade bags, there was no question that we’d be working with her. Starting her bag designs in 2003, Cristina always saw bags as more than bags, which inspires her conceptual approach to the designs. Feeling that her real expertise is in craftsmanship, Cristina spends a good deal of time and effort with every single piece she makes. The hard work is apparent in her final products and she says that she takes a great deal of enjoyment from immersing herself in what she does. In 2015, Cristina moved from Spain to Berlin, Germany where she is learning German and getting daily inspiration for her collection.
Made in Mikulov, Czech Republic
Karla is a Czech jewelry label created in the studio of Karla Olšáková and based in a small town in South Moravian Region, right on the Austrian border. Karlais known for its bespoke jewelry pieces, collections and limited editions. Clean, discreet and refined, the core of her work is to explore the intimate poetry of jewelry design with a focus on geometry and architectural principles. Karla was awarded several design awards since starting her label in 2011 and her work has been featured in international contemporary jewelry shows including LOOT, an annual exhibition of contemporary jewelry hosted by the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.