The four-year-old homegrown jewellery brand specialises in pretty arm candy with a bohemian touch. Pieces are made with ethically sourced stones such as lapis lazuli, amethyst and agate, and some also come with 18K gold charms in the form of peace symbols and flowers.
Last month, it introduced a more affordable bridge line called Tribal Gypsy, a series of modern, vibrant stretchable bracelets inspired by founder Shabnam Melwani’s recent travels to the sun-drenched locales of Tulum, Mexico and Ibiza, as well as the culturally rich Macchu Picchu in Peru. Designed to be worn stacked together, each bracelet features faceted 4mm semi-precious stones like quartz and amethyst with iridescent and metallic beads on an elastic band. Another big plus: They’re priced at $29 each, while items from its core range start from US$72.69 (S$99).
#2: Liz B
The one-year-old jewellery label by Singaporean designer Li Ying focuses on classic, wearable pieces that are great for everyday. The brand’s jewellery mainly features gemstones and crystals fashioned into bold, intriguing designs.
Its latest collection, Sentient, launches this month on its e-boutique and in multi-label store Excluniqueeee (#02-17 Mandarin Gallery). The minimalist pieces, which range from necklaces to drop earrings and bracelets, feature gemstones like peridot, quartz, lapis lazuli and topaz, and is available in sterling silver and 14K gold-plated finishes. Prices range from $50 to $350.
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