12 Jewellery Designers To Follow On Instagram

The sparkliest accounts to inspire your jewellery box

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The sparkliest accounts to inspire your jewellery box

1. 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.

2. Missoma

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.

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3. Sophie Bille Brahe

Petite Boucle Kelly & Boucle Kelly – available at www.sophiebillebrahe.com

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The Copenhagen-based Sophie Bille Brahe already has a dedicated following. Follow for beautifully pure images of her designs.

4. Eddie Borgo

Launched in 2008, Eddie Borgo stands for luxury costume jewellery with a rock and roll edge. The designer’s Instagram account reveals how he sources his stones and puts together his moodboards, alongside other behind-the-scenes secrets and celebrities wearing his pieces such as Lada Gaga, Mila Kunis, Maisie Williams and Gigi Hadid.

5. LeiVanKash

Moody #Paris ? #leivankash Anya & Mata rings

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Influenced largely by her Persian heritage, Leila Kashanipour creates jewellery that reveals intricate craftsmanship while being playful and innovative. Follow Kashanipour for an insight into her jet-set lifestyle with outfit inspiration from her covetable wardrobe.

6. Delfina Delettrez

To BEE or not to BEE cuff ?

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Delfina Delettrez’s jewellery offers a unique and surreal aesthetic that has attracted a cult following. Look to her social-media account for a further dose of surrealism.

7. Repossi

At a young age, Gai Repossi took the helm at her family’s jewellery house, founded by her grandfather in 1920. The epitome of French chic, and influenced by her degree in archaeology, her jewellery is characterised by a modern minimalism that is reflected in the brand’s Instagram account.

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8. Annoushka

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.

9. Georg Jensen

With a history that spans more than 100 years, Georg Jensen continues to make jewellery that feels contemporary. The brand’s Instagram page reveals the extent of the Georg Jensen world – featuring everything from watches to silverware and gifts.

10. Astley Clarke

Astley Clarke is a brilliant store for precious pieces that you can wear every day, stocking a number of brands in addition to its own label. Follow for updates on the latest designs.

11. Nadine Ghosn

?Biennale + Burgers ?

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If you’re into kitsch and quirky jewellery, then you need to follow Nadine Ghosn. The designer became an overnight success after quitting her job and starting her own business from scratch, creating fun and inventive pieces inspired by the world around her. The brand’s signature burger ring has taken the jewellery world by storm, which comes as no surprise considering how Instagram-worthy it is.

12. Messika

Make you look truly shine this season by layering rings. #Messikajewelry#messikaholiday

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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.

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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR UK

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