Another week, another influx of amazingly creative and unique independent designers for Boticca.
It’s not surprising that growing up in the town famous for creating the beautiful Chanel tweeds would lead to a life long fascination with tweed. After graduating with a degree in Fine Art, Dorus Mhor designer Elizabeth Bloom indulged her passion and found a method of applying tweed to base wooden beads with stunning effect.
Using vintage silks and seasonal cottons, Elizabeth’s use of color combined with her passion for intricate detailing make her handmade jewelry both stunning and chic.
Kzeniya’s journey from Central St Martins has certainly been an interesting one. Having worked on designing set and costumes for the Royal Opera House, he found himself working for the highly acclaimed, late, great Alexander McQueen before setting up his own eponymous line.
Highly influenced by the print technique of leather, his style is influenced by mysticism and fantasy resulting in truly eye-catching, vibrant bags and purses.
Becky Dockree Jewellery
Using her experiences, relationships and thoughts to help determine her designs, Becky Dockree Jewellery is big, bold and beautiful. Using her pieces as a form of communication, she combines sterling silver, copper and brass. By choosing an antique hard finish to both contradict and compliment the delicate designs, her pieces are both elegantly bold and delicately chic at the same time.
With a passion for travel combined with an attraction to vibrant colors, forms and textures, Maya Magal’s debut collection of rings is as bold as it is creative. Honing her trade at the highly prestigious Chelsea College of Art and Design, Maya’s pieces are completely handmade using rare stones from her travels around the world.