Anine Bing, masterminded by a Danish former model now living in LA, has become known for its laid-back, feminine piece that infuse her Scandi roots with LA cool. Although, we're also fans of its simple, nonchalant dresses and classic leather jackets, her jewellery is also very strong - and a relatively accessible price point, with pieces starting at around £60. Expect fine, longline chains, signet rings and great earrings - from hoops to these diamond spikes.
Thought pearls were only for older generations? French designer Anissa Kermiche has given this most elegant gems a new lease of life, creating jewellery pieces that feel modern, unique and sculptural. Our favourites include this slightly off-kilter-looking cut-out ring.
Astrid & Miyu
London-based contemporary jewellery brand Astrid & Miyu create modernist, simple designs that have an enduring appeal. Expect ear cuffs, personalised necklaces and zodiac-themed bracelets. While its mainline caters for a young audience, its premium offering is a more polished range, inspired by geometric shapes and minimalist architecture. We're big fans of its signet rings, which come in rose gold and silver.
If you're searching for a colourful, statement piece that will ensure attention, Bex Rox is the jewellery destination to turn to. Based in Notting Hill, designs are characterised by its magnetic fastenings and bold, statement appeal - whether a chunky cuff, graphic collar necklace or a wide gold band.
Prior to launching her own label, Charlotte Chesnais worked alongside Nicolas Ghesquiere at Balenciaga, which presumably helped inform her directional, elegant aesthetic. Her swirling gold rings have become her USP, although her luxurious diamonds beg to be worn with everything.
Foundrae is new to the UK thsi year, which is great news for those who want their jewellery to have an heirloom, antique appeal. Each Foundrae piece features a spiritual reference; a symbol of the Egyptian God Khepera, shielding us from inner negative voices.
Scandi designer Maria Black combines sleek lines with directional shapes. Her aim is to create eye-catching jewellery for modern women that can be worn everyday. The earring category is strong, with plenty of options that can be stacked or worn on their own. The same could be said for her twisted diamond rings, which can be worn solo of layered.
Maria Tash is no stranger to the fashion circle; Beyonce and Gwyneth Paltrow are both fans of the designer's hoop earrings. Whether one of the fine chain earrings or the iridescent spike hoops, it's difficult to resist the modern, everyday appeal of Tash's design.
Rosa de la Cruz
British label Rosa de la Cruz fuses vintage-inspired designs with the simple, graphic designs found in tattoos and contemporary art. Her work is delicate, yet modern - everyday jewellery at its best and most beautiful.
Who couldn't resist the idea of wearing a slice of diamonds? Not us, that's for sure. Fine jewellery designer Susan Foster studied gemology at university before launching her own label, but diamonds were always her preferred stone of choice. Refined and yet modern, her necklaces and bracelets imbue timeless luxury.
Like with so many contemporary jewellery labels, BY Pariah aims to create luxury pieces that can be worn from day to night. German PR turned designer Sophie Karg produces delicate yet timeless pieces.