Once again, Byron Bay-based label Spell has crafted a covetable minimalist bohemian jewellery collection. Six Degrees continues the label's love for limited edition, small-run collections, with just sixteen timeless designs that pare back beautifully with the Spell aesthetic.
Following on from the Wild Love collection which landed on site and in stores earlier this year, Six Degrees takes inspiration from human connection.
“I love the idea that in our Spell community and beyond, the degrees of separation between us are brought closer as we connect through shared ideas and conversations, and as we share in the joys, sorrows, loves and losses of life," explains co-founder Elizabeth Abegg. She particularly notes the strong swap and on-selling community the brand has fostered as inspiration for the collection, with the idea of vintage and past season items being loved by many owners.
Designed in Byron Bay, the jewellery collection was hand crafted in 22k gold vermeil by World Fair Trade Organisation-verified artisans based in India. The brand enlisted local talent Emily Yates (myvisualcurrency) to shoot and style the collection, with Sydney-based model Shimma Marie as muse.
The Six Degrees collection launches Thursday, October 22 at 10am AEDT (4pm PDT) with pieces ranging from $89 to $399.