Aussie jewellery and accessories label Lucy Folk is known for “wearable art”. Its latest collection, with French – but Morocco-based – artist and sculptor Guidi, is no exception.
He and Lucy Folk met by chance in 2018. She came across his work in the bohemian utopia of Tangier and their friendship developed over a series of lunches between there and Paris.
The result is the The MMXIX Collection, which features loud-coloured pieces, bronze castings and terracotta sculptures. It’s being exhibited alongside historical artefacts and other special finds within a handmade tent from Morocco.
The range includes earrings, necklaces, rings and hats – all of which are made from organic materials such as Venetian glass, Roman intaglios (carved relief into stone), African lost-wax pearls, bronze medals, silver and more. No two pieces are the same.
To add to the exhibition, Folk has hand-picked a selection of glass tumblers, wine glasses, plates and bowls, tables, and napkins handmade at the same atelier as her apparel.
You can shop the entire range in-store and online.
Mon to Fri 10am-5pm