If you know my work you may have noticed that my designs centre around multiple intricate parts that come together to form each composition, with an emphasis on catching light. This aesthetic means the jewellery lends itself particularly well to being stacked, interlocked and layered in many different ways. My intention is for my jewellery to be as versatile as possible, and work incredibly hard for you. Whether you look at the Contour, Parquet, Square, Triangle, Hex, Glint or Cube collections, every design works brilliantly when styled in different combinations, and alongside pieces from my other collections. The possibilities are endless. Here I’ll show you how to mix metals and patterns to dazzling effect.
The beauty of bringing multiple delicate elements of varying shapes together is the mesmerising patterns you can create within each curated collection. Style pieces from all the collections together for a heady mix of shape and pattern like this:
or choose to alternate two collections like this:
And of course have fun with changing the order to vary the patterns you create. Get creative with your styling!
My Triangle, Parquet and Hex bands are all super stackers. Their variegated edges mean they interlock perfectly with their counterparts. Or perhaps you prefer to style your Parquet, Hex or Triangles next to a flat edge to create negative space.
As the aesthetic centres around many delicate parts, mixing your metals is endlessly rewarding. All my jewellery is available in yellow, warm white, rose and palladium, choose your preferred metals and have fun combining your colours.
Another way to tie a stack together is through the curation of stones, such as this eye-catching diamond stack:
Whether you opt to unite your stacks by pattern, colour or stones make sure you have fun with your styling and get plenty of wear out of everything in your jewellery box.
Pieces featured in slides: