There are endless amounts of jewelry designers to look out for, so much so that you may quickly feel overwhelmed by all of the new designers popping up on your Instagram account. But, while some designers come and go, we wanted to focus on iconic young designers who are marking their way through jewelry designer history. While it’s nearly impossible not to have heard of brands like Tiffany & Co., Bvlgari, Cartier, Harry Winston, David Yurman (only to name-drop a few) there are many other leading designers sneaking up into the celebrity scene and gaining fame world wide. Here are some designers you should get familiar with:
Maria Tash is a New York based designer who is known for her chic body piercing studio and for coining the term ‘fine body art.’ You can find her jewelry in New York, London and Rome, hitting all the iconic fashion cities of the century. Her jewelry can be found on numerous celebrities and if you’re not following her designs on Instagram already, it’s never too late to start!
Eddie Borgo has been on the jewelry scene for over ten years now and is only climbing his way up the celebrity ladder. His designs are very edgy while still retaining hints of luxury. If you’re looking for pieces that stand out over the crowd, Eddie Borgo is a name you don't want to forget.
Alison Chemla is a jewelry designer whose designs can be found under the name Alison Lou. Since 2012 her jewelry designs have found their way onto the wrists, ears and necklines of some of the most well known celebrities. So, if you can’t afford to buy pieces from her newest collection you can still draw inspiration from her Instagram account.
Thea Miller’s collection, known as Dru Jewelry, draws inspiration from the positive symbols in the world around us. Her collection is unforgivably unique and elegant. We’re certain you will be able to find your favorite necklace or ring among one of her many collections. Each piece of Miller’s contain special meaning and will, if not empower its wearer, will at least strengthen you during moments of doubt or heartache.