A show-stopping fusion of industrial and organic aesthetic, Design + Conquer is jewellery gone rogue. DC’s Electro collection pushes DC’s aesthetic into another dimension. Inspired by electronic music, and fabricated using a unique 3D printing process, Design + Conquer’s latest collection is armed and ready for action.Incredibly light and covertly comfortable to wear, each piece in the collection is inspired by a specific electronica track.
Teeel, Miami Horror, Teen Daze, Neon Indian and Apparat are among the collection’s many audio-turned-aesthetic influences. Design + Conquer collaborated with musician Jim Smith of Teeel to produce the collection's preview video. Click here to view.DC’s Electro collection is divided into two lines: Compilation and Track. Designs in the Track line are ready for everyday action, and are armed with white, aqua and neon-pink accents. Pieces in the Compilation line are limited edition, and are available in exclusive, hand-applied—and customizable—colour accents.Founded in 2009, Design + Conquer has made its mark on the runway at Toronto Fashion Week, in Refinery29, MoCo Loco, Elle Canada, and has been exhibited internationally. DC recently commanded attention on CBC television: beauty expert Sandy Gold sported DC Biosphère earrings on the Steven and Chris show. Actress Sook-Yin Lee has also donned DC at the Toronto International Film Festival. Art direction, video production, graphic and industrial design unite in full-force to set Design + Conquer apart from the crowd. Design + Conquer is available in boutiques across Canada and online.Designer Morgan Mallett
Canadian designer Morgan Mallett reflects her eclectic experience in her varied and unique designs. With a background in graphic design, illustration and video editing, the multidisciplinary designer is passionate about blurring the boundaries between design disciplines, and charting new aesthetic territory through the use of innovative materials. Morgan was recently shortlisted for Western Living magazine’s ‘Designers of the Year’ award in the fashion and jewellery category.Conquer for Critters
An advocate for animal welfare, Design + Conquer supports various organizations through DC initiatives, including the SPCA and the World Society for the Protection of Animals [WSPA]. Design + Conquer does not use animal products in its designs [DC’s adopted studio cats—Bjørn and Frodo—approve].