As a fashion editor for Who What Wear, I’m always on the hunt for cool new designers. More and more, Instagram has become a place for discovering young talent. Emerging brands are put in the spotlight when they’re worn by cool fashion girls, and it’s a great way to find out about designers that otherwise might not be on my radar.
While fashion designers often catch my eye, lately it’s the jewelry brands that have been making me pay close attention. There’s a lot more than traditional designs that I’m seeing right now. From sculptural necklaces inspired by works of art to dainty earrings covered in a rainbow of diamonds, there are some truly special pieces making their way onto the scene. Ahead I’m breaking down on-the-rise jewelry brands to watch out for.
Go on to shop the best jewelry brands to start wearing now.
The Last Line
Layer gold bangles and add this one to finish the look.
Mix and match your earrings by wearing this on one ear and a simple stud on the other ear.
These earrings will upgrade any outfit.
Sarah & Sebastian
Pull your hair back and show off this statement earring.
This handcrafted ring is an everyday piece.
Delicate and structured.
We love these wave-inspired hoops.
Rock this pink topaz–and-gold ring with any outfit.
A elegant and timeless piece.
Every girl needs a pair of statement hoop earrings.
Be bold and wear these colorful earrings with a red blouse.
Layer and stack these bracelets.
These funky and intricate earrings will complete any look.
This will be your go-to accessory.
Layer this necklace with other delicate gold chains.
Pair this necklace with gold hoops for a fashion-forward look.
Dress up your outfit with these gold-plated hoops.
Add this to your ring collection.
Wear these earrings for a night out or maybe for a casual day in the city.
This attention-grabbing earring is perfect with jeans and a T-shirt.
These fortune cookie–inspired earrings are beautifully crafted.
This cuff is handmade in New York City.
Simple and modern.
Wear with a white blouse for a simple and sophisticated outfit.