Three Jewelry Designers You Should Follow on Instagram

Whether you’re in the jewelry industry or simply someone who likes to wear the finished product, Instagram has become the platform for accessory art. It not only allows designers to show off their works, but it also gives us all a sneak peek into their worlds and the things that inspire them. Here are three jewelry designers you should consider following on Instagram (and whose pieces are stunning, even with #nofilter).

Eva Noga

New York-based designer Eva Noga has a background in fashion and textile design. She also loves gardening, which is reflected in her latest collection entitled, “Herbarium.” Each piece is inspired by nature — from a flowering fern to a monarch butterfly chrysalis — and blends color, shape and texture. Gold, diamonds and opal are just some of the materials that make up her masterpieces.

Follow her: @evanogajewelry

Aurélie Bidermann

French designer Aurélie Bidermann has a flare for color, which seems to be inspired by her travels. From Venice to Los Angeles, she always documents her trips, as well as the growing stack of bracelets she wears during them. Most of the bracelets she snaps photos of on her wrist are even from her own collection, such as these yellow gold bracelets with red enamel stripes. You can find her boutiques in both Paris and New York.

Follow her: @aureliebidermann

Pamela Love

She may hail from New York, but Pamela Love draws much of her inspiration from the Southwest. That influence is apparent in this turquoise, malachite and recycled coral piece in 18k gold. Even her photo props have a desert vibe, likes these amazing clay vases, which help to make her jewelry designs pop.

Follow her: @pamelalove

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