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This collection takes inspiration from a historical event, the Salem Witch Trials.
In the honor of the persecuted women, this collection imitates the aesthetics favoured by suitors of the mystic arts. The theme is portrayed through elements such as textured metal shards and torn chiffon.
韓樂遙 Isabella Hon
香港人情緒壓力 Relief of Hong Kong People's Emotional Stress
My designed jewellery collection focuses on emotional stress and how people deal with their negative emotions.
I used soft plastic in my design, to function as stress relieve while wearing the jewellery pieces.
I use the visual of the blowing balloon as a sad symbol. I hope my work can raise awareness for the issue of stress.
I think every jewellery piece can represent people's minds. No matter what they design, make it, sell it, buy it or even receive it. I think that the precious value of jewellery doesn't have to care about the material, but about the heart! Even if it is just a feather, copper or stone, as long as there is a heart, it can be connected with a feeling. Just like the human spine, it is not obvious that each section of bone is tightly hidden but it is very important. Therefore I used the image of the spine and its structure to use copper and Epoxy to design a line of jewelry to build jewelry and human feeling connection. connection.
This series of work stems from my own experience growing up. The series of rings illustrates the anxieties of growing up. Ranging from meeting strangers and adjusting to new environments to integrating into groups.. Those feelings are expressed through this collection of jewellery.
Each item placed on the podium of the ring is a representation of a real-life situation. Viewers are welcome to interpret my collection in their own ways, and use their own personal life experiences.
Leaves and wing patterns of butterflies are the inspiration for my collection. Both butterflies and leaves are fragile. For this series of work I took elements from nature and transformed this into jewellery.
The designer challenged herself to create a collection that satisfies all five senses. As an extension of the wearer’s personality, this series goes beyond making a visual statement. Each individual piece aims at fulfilling one of our bodily senses, such diversity is tied together through “popcorn” as the central visual component.
This series of jewellery is called dynamic. The framework of the design is to transform jewellery from a static condition to a dynamic condition.
Traditionally, jewellery was formed as a static state when it was made，resulting in a lack of ability for the designer to express their thought.
Dynamic was designed to show the everlasting charm of the jewellery in multi-dimension.
I believe all things in the world can be represented with basic geometric figures, and that complex figures evolve from the simplest figures. This collection takes inspiration from the human body and gestures, retelling them in geometric representation. Will the human body become more simple and easy to understand?
Schaumburg watch display design
(Blood Moon, Renaissance, GT car collection)
We are Apache wheel and we choose Schaumburg watch as our visual merchandising project. Since this brand didn’t have much of visual merchandising elements inside, we think it is a great opportunity for us to show our idea without worrying the brand’s previous design. Each of our design based on different themed of the watch which are blood moon, gt car and renaissance. We want to make something attractive and a different approach to of displaying product so we choose a dramatic approach to emphasis the theme of these watches.
Queen of Hearts
For our Final Project, we choose a Wonderful collection from Dolce & Gabbana, which called “Queen of Hearts”. We appreciate their concept and fashion products. And it inspired us on visual merchandise.