There are secret gardens where life is slower, the air is fresher and the sky looks bluer. They are natural areas where the light gently caresses. And the flowers grow happy. And jewellery designers, like Sara Domènech, tend to their magnolias and create amazing collections of the same name.
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Débora Traitè is the ‘culprit’ responsible for styling Joid’art’s recent SS18 campaign. We have been captivated by her sensitivity, her vision of fashion and her ability to tell stories through clothing and accessories.
True, profound love is as deep as the ocean. Transparent as water. Weightless as two bodies enveloped in waves of tenderness. As powerful as the force of the sea. Ever-expanding energy. An infinite emotion captured by jewellery designer Olivia Barthe in the new Infinite Love collection, inspired by the boundless Möbius strip, without beginning or end.
The time is approaching to choose your outfits for the Christmas and New Year celebrations. It’s the perfect time to dress up in some of the proposals put forward by the designer Valentina Garí. Her vibrantly coloured velvet pieces and our Fancy and Joyce jewellery collections unite elegance and comfort in a single concept. So that you feel great, exude sophistication and stand out from the crowd.
You don’t always need a telescope to see the wonder of the galaxies that surround us…you can do exactly the same by discovering the new Galactea jewellery collection designed by sculptor Sara Domènech. It might remind you of the Sunset collection we launched this summer, which Sara has now reinterpreted to create a range of new, far more ethereal and organic pieces.
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As if blown in on the wind, Tramuntana represents the third jewellery collection that we have developed in collaboration with Inma Soria, the influencer, architect, interior designer and coohuco.com fashion blog creator, who offers us a glimpse into her creative soul in an informal interview which mirrors her natural approach.
This Christmas we want to fully enjoy the little things, the things that make us dream, that excite and thrill us. The colours of nature, the immensity of the sea, the smells of the forest, the melodies of the wind, the touch of grass, the shapes of a piece of jewellery…
The Puntillista collection charmed thousands of women a while back. And as beauty is always latent, Carme Fábregas has reinterpreted its pointillism-inspired forms, adding the light of gold metal. She has called it Puntillista Golden and it promises to be as popular, if not more than its predecessor.
We’ve been looking for an excuse to sit down with Joid’art’s creative director so that she can tell us about herself, her work and her jewellery for some time now. And at last we’ve found it! The design of the new Terrazzo Project collection has given us an opportunity to find out all about her, how she works and what provides inspiration for this artist and graphic designer who has lived and breathed the art of jewellery since she was very young.
Terrazzo used to be a material used in construction in the 1970s. Now, however, artist and Joid’art creative director, Cristina Julià, has rescued it from oblivion. Having used it as a source of inspiration for a piece of work, she then went on to create the Terrazzo Project, a collection of jewellery that reflects the power of this graphic work and expresses it through simple contemporary forms.