In natural white or accented with neutral hues or metallics, porcelain jewelry feels incredibly fresh right now—as these three designers’ lines prove.
Learn how Spanish designer Diana Saldaña draws on her art-historian past to produce a forward-thinking—and sustainable—fashion line, Royal Caballito.
For gemstone-loving metalsmith Stephanie Maslow-Blackman, jewelry is more than a means of adornment—it’s a platform for celebration and storytelling.
There’s more to this Spanish maker’s pared-down designs than meets the eye.
Kimberly Huestis turned her own sensitivity to nickel into the inspiration for a line of coastal-themed (and wholly hypoallergenic) porcelain jewelry.
Geometric motifs get a sophisticated update with this new wave of orb-shaped accessories.
From blush pink stones and new alternatives to turquoise to glittering pyrite and Pantone-approved peridot, these are the gems and minerals to watch.
Jewelry maker Ingrid Cano integrates driftwood and other natural materials to create modern, one-of-a-kind designs.
What started as an escape from the constraints of the fashion industry soon became a creative coup for this body positive designer and vintage seller.
Modern cowboy Evan Lentz ditched his desk job for a chance to craft handmade leather accessories that evoke the Wild West.
From dainty, delicate rings to bold boho cuffs, druzy jewelry comes in all shapes and sizes—and every piece is dazzling.
When it comes to these handmade leather totes and accessories from Australian design duo Cameron Paterson and Joram Salisbury, detail is everything.
This season’s coolest look is all about an understated palette and plenty of soft, cozy layers.
Colby June’s textural, organic jewelry finds inspiration in the structure and balance of the natural world.
The upcycled coats, classic sweaters, and bold leggings (for bigger bodies) that are turning our heads now.
Singapore-based designer Déborah Ghisu makes wildly sexy, vintage-inspired lingerie to suit women of all sizes — without relying on underwire.
For this UK-based jewelry designer, losing her job meant finding a new — and more fulfilling — life path.
After refining her own line of casual knitwear for a decade, textiles expert Adva Bruner branched out to combine her two passions: yoga and design.
Gemologist Gillian Griffiths stocks statement-making antique jewels in a shop beloved by new brides, diamond collectors, and vintage seekers alike.
This fashion photographer and knitwear designer brings her unique eye for style to her own line of on-trend, handmade sweaters, tops and accessories.
Designer Katerina Gray encourages kids to develop a unique personal style at a young age with her line of whimsical, creative jewelry.