London, United Kingdom
Jewellery design is my communication with the world and my freedom. It is my way of creating art that is accessible and wearable and if the satisfaction and joy I get from the whole process has an effect on someone out there I am happy. My mother gave me a jewellery making set when I was a girl and since then it’s always been something I’ve come back to at various times in my life.
I moved to London to study Fine Art, found my way into a career in filmmaking then realised I craved a creative outlet that I was in control of. So around two and a half years ago I went for it, phasing out the career and launched my label WARE (after my name Emma Ware..). A fundamental respect for the environment informs all aspects of my designing and inspiration. My first two collections ‘re:cycle’ and ‘Gravity’ combine soft rubber reclaimed from bicycle inner tubes and new chain. The design process starts with the material, its potential and having to be creative within its restrictions. I hand cut and make each piece myself, so while I reproduce designs each one will be unique. These pieces mould to your shape, soft moveable parts, multi-way pieces that will transform a look, and that can be adapted and personalized.Read less
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