Who started it? Californian jewellery designer Jennifer Fisher began her career as a wardrobe stylist for film and television. After getting married and moving to New York, she started dabbling in jewellery design, creating a charm necklace to commemorate the birth of her son. Orders from friends poured in and her jewellery business was officially launched in 2005. She has a strong following of celebrity clients including Beyoncé, Sarah Jessica Parker and Naomi Watts. Fisher was a finalist in the 2012 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition and was nominated for the CFDA Swarovski Accessories Award in 2014.
Why we love it: there’s something for everyone. Fisher’s designs are casual yet edgy, easy to wear yet sophisticated, with signature pieces including customisable charms and chain-link necklaces in gold and diamonds. There is also a more affordable, of-themoment collection in gold- and silver-plated brass. Look for statement cuffs, stackable rings and bracelets, and oversized earrings in sleek, sculptural shapes inspired by everything from skater culture to architecture. Last month saw the launch of a capsule collection with Net-a-Porter that includes mix-and-match earrings, rings and bracelets.
What we’d pick: make a statement with the Abstract Line gold-plated brass cuff (above left; HK$5,305) or long loop earrings (right; HK$2,850) that graze the neck for a high-fashion look. The set of two chokers (above right; HK$2,975) sits above the collarbone and can be worn separately or together.
Where can you get it? Jennifer Fisher is available at www.net-a-porter.com.