Thursday, June 16, 2016

THE COLORS OF ANABELA CHAN'S JEWELS

Anabela Chan is a London and Paris based award-winning jewelry designer and artist, who arrived at jewelry from a prestigious background in architecture, fashion and art. Originally trained as an architect and a specialist in print and embroidery design, Anabela worked with Lord Richard Rogers and Alexander McQueen in London for 7 years before returning to jewellery to launch her eponymous label in 2013. With awards from Vogue Talents and The British Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council, Anabela was named by Harpers Bazaar UK as ’The Jewelry Designer you need to know now'. Anabela trained at the world-renowned Royal College of Art and Gemmological Association of Great Britain. She finds her inspirations from her extensive travels to the exotic and the orient; collecting gems and treasures along the way from local markets, nature and the intriguing people she meets. A champion for sustainable and ethical laboratory-grown gemstones, through an alchemy of precious, natural and man-made materials Anabela combines elegant sculptural forms with dream-like romanticism and thought provoking narratives. Every jewel is hand-crafted individually at the atelier with the finest craftsmanship, combining her love affair with gemstones and an obsession to detail and perfection, to create magical treasures of infinite colours and sparkle that are loved, worn and collected alike. Her flagship boutique is in Ham Yard Hotel . 6 Denman Place . Piccadilly Circus . London . W1D 7A, the most glamorous jewellery boutique in London.

Inspired by the magical Jewels of The Sea, The Opals Poseidon Collection is Composed of 90% silica and 10% water fossilised over millions of years.
The Dark Forest Collection is inspired by fairytales of the night, using a combination of semi-precious stones and natural stones.

The Swallow Collection is inspired by Spring awakening of fresh dew and blossom

Petite Diamonds is a different collection, inspired by the Twinkling Stars of The Night, it's a series of almost invisible skin-jewellery

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