5 Up-And-Coming Jewellery Designers You Need To Know In 2016

For jewellery everyone will be envious of

If
you're looking for something that little bit special, whether it's a gift for a
friend or just a new signature piece of jewellery for yourself – sometimes the
high street stuff just doesn't cut it. The problem is, it can sometimes be tricky to find
really cool jewellery in your local shopping center or scrolling through thousands of options on Etsy… To make the search easier, here's ELLE's pick of some
of our favourite lesser known jewellery designers of the moment.

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Linnie Mclarty

Linnie Mclarty's statement pieces are notonly beautiful but also ethical. We love her bold designs and we feel evenbetter for wearing them knowing that they're Fairtrade and made from either ecological gold or fairtrade silver. If you want to join celebrities such as Emma Watson and start being more eco-responsible with your fashion choices – investing in a Linnie Mclarty ring isn't a bad way to start. 

URiBE

A London based design duo URiBE, Sion and Tiffany Phillps' designs are influenced by heritage and travel. These quirky pieces are colourful, fun and instantly recognisable. 

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Ejing Zhang

Born and raised in China, Ejing Zhang's MA in textiles clearly drives her mixed media design. Driven by colour and texture, Ejing Zhang's jewellery is definitely something you wont find elsewhere. 

Rebecca Gladstone

Rebecca Gladstone creates her geometric pieces using tradition silversmithing and casting techniques. With a regular spot at Netil Market in Hackney, her jewellery is growing increasingly popular for its minimal ease. 

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Pernille Corydon

If sweet personal jewellery is your thing, Pernille Corydon is the designer for you. Her Scandinavian designs are subtle and elegant - the perfect thing for wearing on a daily basis. 

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