Florals in exaggerated proportions from Cindy Chao dominate dress codes while ballooned gemstones populate earpieces and lengthy trails of winter leaves weave gracefully around the neckline. “When you look at one of my pieces, there is no symmetry. One of my favourite architects Gaudi said, “The straight line belongs to men, the curved one to God.” I love the concept because I love everything organic in life,” saidTaiwanese jewellery artisan Cindy Chao. “When you look at my work you can see that I love everything floral, organic, natural. The butterflies reflect on the metamorphosis of my life experience, they represent me as a brand and as an artist, as my voice. The butterfly has turned out to be a signature of Cindy Chao because it is integral to my own life philosophy.” Here, MOJEH explores jewellery as one-of-a-kind art pieces, enjoyed as the sensation of any ensemble as emeralds and black diamonds take centre stage. Haute jewellery becomes your masterpiece.
Photographed by Mehmet Erzincan | Style direction by Kelly Baldwin | Model Marta Gawron | Hair and makeup artist Manuel Losada