The Designer Showrooms at Store Studios, 180 Strand showcased pieces from new designers and established brands alike. Ethical Swedish brand Hargreaves Stockholm’s collections turned heads, made from Fairmined Eco gold and non-mined diamonds and gemstones. Our favourite piece was the Freyr ring which comprises a large orange solar-created sapphire set in red gold and diamonds.

Hargreaves Stockholm
Hargreaves Stockholm
Hargreaves Stockholm
Hargreaves Stockholm

YOKO London featured its contemporary and innovative pearl pieces, focusing on embellished ear cuffs, statement necklaces and multi finger rings, highlighting its style of the new way to wear pearls.

Yoko London
Yoko London
Yoko London
Yoko London

New British fine jewellery designer Natalie Perry showcased her debut Floral Fragments collection. Inspired by the faded beauty of Indian palaces, the collection comprises delicate filigree blooms of Fairtrade Gold accented by a smattering of white diamonds.

Natalie Perry Jewellery
Natalie Perry Jewellery
Natalie Perry Jewellery
Natalie Perry Jewellery

Rose Carvalho’s Lenses collection mesmerised with Brazilian quartz cut like lenses in the shape of a cabochon to reveal the magical distortions of the mandala and the moon’s surface.

Rose Carvalho
Rose Carvalho
Rose Carvalho
Rose Carvalho

Within the same space, the Rock Vault galleries hosted an array of cutting-edge pieces from this season’s selected designers. Pops of coloured gemstones sat amongst shimmering opals and elegant feather motifs in Daou’s Phoenix collection, reminiscent of the brand’s iconic designs from the 1970s.

Daou Jewellery
Daou Jewellery
Daou Jewellery
Daou Jewellery

Completedworks presented its signature Pillar collection of disintegrated marble columns highlighted by sparkling diamonds, alongside piece from the edgy Dystopia collection.

Completed Works
Completed Works
Completed Works
Completed Works

Down the road at London Fashion Week’s old stomping ground, Somerset House, The Jewellery Room hosted a diverse selection of fine jewellery brands. Sarah Ho showed her art deco style Fortunei collection of intricate lattice filigree which depicts the leafy Chinese Palm that influenced the collection, contrasted by striking green jade and baguette and round diamonds.

Sarah Ho
Sarah Ho
Sarah Ho
Sarah Ho

Danish brand Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen presented its special collection of Wild Rose pieces designed by Charlotte Lynggaard. Our top pick was the Wild Rose Brooch which is a celebration of modern statement jewellery featuring a slender stem, adorned with 90 pave diamonds and satin gold petals. London proves once again its the home of originality and creativity, leading the way in new jewellery design.

Ole Lynggaard
Ole Lynggaard
Ole Lynggaard
Ole Lynggaard