From Minimalist Graduation Charms to Iridescent Recycled Jewelry

 - Jul 1, 2018
The top June 2018 jewelry designs offer an exploration of form through concepts that include multiple purposes, architecturally inspired shapes, creatively upcycled materials and components that can easily be customized by the end consumer.

Amanda Hunt is a jewelry designer who celebrates the earth by melting and reusing metal waste from previous creations. Similarly, Elaine Tan values sustainability by creating unique jewelry pieces from Nespresso capsules. This kind of reverence for the planet is of the utmost importance to the modern consumer, who is looking to invest in meaningful accessories that are crafted with care.

Graduating students this year will be able to get their hands on something other than the iconic class rings produced by Jostens, as it collaborated with Sarah Chloe for a collection of charms that can be added to bracelets and necklaces.