October 15, 2018
Last month we explored London Fashion Week and London Design Festival, catching up with some of the wonderful women wearing our jewellery. Here is part two of our photography series, looking at how our simple and engineered women’s jewellery has been combined and integrated with the personal styles of the wearers. We hope they’ll give you inspiration for styling your own Alice Made This pieces.
Previously a visual merchandiser at Beams in Tokyo, Yoshika moved from Japan to London in 2010 and has been instrumental in the growth of Trunk Clothiers. Here she layers the earthy, autumnal palette of her shirt and jacket with the gold tones of our Tio gold ring and Oscar brass bracelet. An outfit made for October’s falling leaves and soft sunlight.
Now Head of Design at Turnbull and Asser, Becky is the founder of Marwood Life and has previously styled for British surf brand Finisterre. Complementing the pink colour blocking of her skirt, Becky has opted for our Hope rose gold necklace. The engineered, metal finish from our statement necklace works well with the more utilitarian feel of Becky’s coat, bringing a subtle, industrial edge to a soft, feminine look.
Now based in London and the cutter for Levi’s Bespoke, Lizzie previously worked with Edward Sexton before training with Levi’s in San Francisco. An expert in her craft with an eye for detail, Lizzie wears our Ava brass ring and Esme gold necklace, playing with geometric forms and architectural silhouettes.
For more inspiration for styling your Alice Made This jewellery, follow us on Instagram @alicemadethis and browse our full collection of women’s jewellery here.
Photography by @JKF_Man.