Consumer goods trade fair Tendence is reviving its popular Talents programme for 2015, giving 20 worldwide conceptual jewellery talents the chance to showcase their wares.
The 20 designers from seven countries will showcase jewellery using upcycling methods, unusual manufacturing techniques and futuristic designs.
The line-up includes Glasgow School of Art graduate Adam Henderson, who creates mobile technology-inspired pieces with traditional bench skills and 3D printing techniques, as well as Mae Alandes, from Spain, and Ramona Stelzer, from Germany, presenting clever and creative pieces of upcycled jewellery.
Tendence takes place from August 29 to September 1 2015, with over 1,212 international brands on display.
For more information, go to tendence.messefrankfurt.com