Award-winning British jewellery designer Becca Hulbert has collaborated with fashion designer Peter Jensen, creating sculptural jewels for his London Fashion Week presentation at the ICA.
Having previously worked with Peter Jensen in 2002, Hulbert was approached by the designer once again to create jewellery for his AW16 collection.
The fluid range of engine-turned sterling silver and gold vermeil earrings, complete with pearl details, was inspired by art collector Peggy Guggenheim and the work of Alexander Calder, whose art is the focus of a current high profile retrospective at London’s Tate Modern.
“I am thrilled to have worked with Peter Jensen once again, and I’m a huge fan of his work, alongside that of Alexander Calder,” comments Hulbert. “I have a strong interest in art and sculpture, so the combination of this and fashion was a dream job for me. I loved every minute of it.”
Having graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2000, Hulbert’s work has featured in many national and international fashion publications, sold in renowned jewellery and lifestyle stores, independent boutiques and the designer enjoys a loyal customer fan base, and cult following.
Hulbert has previously designed with jewellery house Astley Clarke, and Pearl & Queenie for which she won a Professional Jeweller Hot 100 Award in 2013.