With so many cool jewellery accounts on Instagram, how do you know which, among the more than 700 million active users’ accounts, to follow? It is an impossible task to keep track of all, but we prepared a little selection of some seriously amazing jewellery designers we think you should follow to find inspiration for your looks and why not, to buy some gorgeous hot stuff!
The small London based brand Missoma is run by Michele and her two daughters, Marisa and Sophie whose 3 names combined form “Missoma”. Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s fiancée, was seen wearing a stack of their
rings and boom, it was an instant hit, the sales went up the roof thanks to the “Meghan effect”! Missoma’s beautiful jewellery design is inspired by
nature, Architecture and Graphic design.
American Eddie Borgo’s first love was sculpture, which led him into jewellery design. Stylists such as Kate Lanphear and Giovanna Battaglia are his fans and posed as models for his lookbooks. He’s designed jewellery for Proenza Schouler, Marchesa, Jason Wu and Joseph Altuzarra, and even designed a 3.000,000 dollar bra for Victoria Secret, made of gold and 9000 precious emeralds!
Delfina Delettrez Fendi comes from the Italian fashion family Fendi so she has design running in her veins. Her jewellery is inspired by Surrealism and Elsa Schiaparelli. She started studying costumes design but while pregnant, she created a piece of jewellery with a stone she had got as a
present at her own birth and that was that! She makes unconventional jewellery such as earrings that are sold as single so that you can mix&match them, which by the way, is one of the hottest trends right now!
Gaia Repossi took over her family jewellery business, that was founded in 1920 in Italy, and made it into one of the coolest cult brands of today and a favourite among stylists and fashionistas.
Nadine Ghosn is an American with Brazilian and Lebanese roots who has lived between Tokyo, Paris, California and New York and now in London, so she’s very much a citizen of the world. All this travelling is her inspiration. Her “Bling Mac’ Ring, a limited-edition ring designed for McDonald’s in
honour of the Big Mac’s 50th Anniversary and valued at 12,500 dollars, will be given away to the lucky customer who posts the funniest tweet about their love for the Big Mac.