A Jewelry Line for Minimalists Who Also Love Color

Amélie Riech certainly has an impressive fashion resume — having worked as a stylist and editor in Paris, then designed jewelry for the likes of Christofle and Paco Rabanne — but when it comes to her personal jewelry brand Uncommon Matters, if we had to guess, it’s her erstwhile training in architecture we’re likely most drawn to. Since we first spotted her work at Quiet Storms back in March, it’s grown even more graphic, striking, and, well, architectural, not to mention gained a super-saturated mega-dose of color, something not often seen in high-end jewelry these days (those blue Annie Costello Brown earrings notwithstanding). Browse Riech’s Bold Rhythm collection below, as shot by Mark Pillai (model) and Imke Jansen (stills).
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