Created by a Central Saint Martins graduate, the Body Jewelry by Stephanie Bila is boasts spectacular construction.
The talented designer was the first jewelry student to have earned a scholarship given by jewel titan SWAROVSKI for her exemplary designs. Her collection is defined by the unconventional use of bent timber and crystals that blur the lines between accessory and architecture. The looks created with each intricate design are ultra modernistic and sure to resonate well with editorial stylists.
Bila’s inventive use of materials make for a display of skeleton-resembling structures that decorate the body. With the added crystal detailing, the modernistic shapes are given an added facet of decadent luxury. The graduate’s take on jewelry design is truly novel as it goes beyond decoration and take a role of bodily extension.
Wearable Skeletal Cages
More Stats +/-
Future Festival & Malcolm Gladwell - Early Bird Deadline
Gruesome Undead Adornments
Medieval Murderous Jewelry
Bejeweled Beauty Editorials
Literal Gender-Bridging Jewelry