London pop-up showcases Eva Fehren jewellery
By David Brough
November 2017 – A pop-up at Nicholas Kirkwood Boutique in London showcases the architectural designs of jewellery by New York-based Eva Fehren.
Designer and artist Eva Fehren, whose minimalistic fine jewellery is handmade in New York City, was present at a breakfast launch to present her pieces at the Nicholas Kirkwood Boutique in Mount Street, Mayfair on November 9.
Her X-ring, influenced by architecture in New York City, featured prominently at the pop-up, which is expected to continue until January 2018.
Launched in 2011 by Eva Fehren, her fine jewellery collection is inspired by the energy of New York City’s urban landscape, from the Chrysler Building to cracked sidewalks and crisscrossing power lines.
“I like strong geometric shapes that feel delicate and feminine,” Eva, who grew up in New York, told Jewellery Outlook at the pop-up event.
“The urban landscape is what I find beautiful. New York inspires me because of the contrasts of its elements.”
Handcrafted in shades of 18-ct gold adorned with custom-cut diamonds, sapphires, or other precious gemstones, the architectural pieces are often detailed with geometric motifs, such as zigzags and spikes.
Eva, who likes to create pieces for everyday wear, enjoys stacking rings, which tend to be minimalist in design and often feature gold and pave diamonds in different shades.
Eva Fehren jewellery is stocked in high end luxury multi-brand boutiques in the United States, including Barneys, and in Kuwait.