Influenced largely by her Persian heritage, Leila Kashanipour creates jewellery that reveals intricate craftsmanship while being playful and innovative. Follow for an insight into her jet-set lifestyle with added outfit inspiration from her covetable wardrobe.
Born as a collaboration between the designer Marisa Hordern, her sister and her mother, Missoma is known for brightly coloured pieces and contemporary designs. The affordable price points mean that you feel no qualms about shopping as you stalk on Instagram.
3. Monica Vinader
Bridging the gap between fine and fashion jewellery, Monica Vinader’s passion for colour dictates her collections. Her jewellery can be stacked, personalised and worn every day—look to her Instagram account for inspiration on how to wear it.
4. Sophie Bille Brahe
Despite launching recently, the Copenhagen-based Sophie Bille Brahe already has a dedicated following. Follow for behind-the-scenes snaps and beautiful images of her designs.
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Established in 2009 by Annoushka Ducas, who previously founded Links of London, this label seeks to cater to the modern woman’s desire for jewellery to be part of her personal identity. Follow for stunning shots of the latest designs and updates on artist collaborations.
6. Astley Clarke
Astley Clarke is a brilliant store for precious pieces that you can wear every day, stocking a number of its brands in addition to its own label. Follow for updates on the latest designs.
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Diamonds are the starting point for Valérie Messika, and her contemporary designs reflect how many women want to wear them, incorporating the stones into their everyday looks in a subtle way. Head to her Instagram for diamonds, diamonds and more diamonds.