Londoner Kate Trouw draws on her architectural background to create bespoke sculptural jewellery pieces. Formed from polymer clay they appear be-speckled and smooth, like exotic eggshells.
Chunky geometric forms in warm hues are bound together with simple waxed cotton cord. It’s this combination of the robust with the delicate that give ‘Bound’, ‘Circle’ and ‘Double Barrel’ necklaces such a beautiful equilibrium. Warm deep greys and soft whites are highlighted with hints of peach and butter, we especially love the yolky yellow bursts bookending the ‘Bound’ necklace.
Trouw’s ‘Spline’ collection feels like it would sit softly against your skin. Light and unassuming in materiality the pieces are a handsome study of composition and composure.
Credits: Kate Trouw