These sand dune lines and golden hues pair beautifully with the fluid forms of jewelry creator Toyah Perry’s Modernist earrings. These captivating images were created by an incredible group of ladies; Photographer Anne Peeters, stylist Hayley O’Neill and hair and makeup artist Cherry Cheung. Earrings worn by model SIR. See more of the Modernist Collection at Toyah Perry Instagram.
London based Amie Milne and stylist Rebecca Vitartas teamed up at Melbourne Australia, Den Holm Studios to photograph Lucy Conn, wearing the Toyah Perry range. Milne, a long-time freelance photographer captures Vitartas’ modern and elegant aesthetic using a monochromatic palette and the play of light on silver and gold. Toyah Perry’s range showcases beautifully in these magazine format photographs.
Denimsmith, the denim veterans of Melbourne. With over two decades of denim crafting experience and an unwavering dedication to premium materials, they create some seriously good denim. What makes them even more interesting is you can see it all in action from their multifunctional store and factory space in Brunswick East. Get down there and check it out.
The multi-talented photographer, creative director and stylist, Bliss Katherine is showcasing our Pop and Deco earrings. Bliss travels around the globe, telling evocative stories through her photographry. Freedom, adventure and raw emotion of women are her focus.
The photographer and founder of Acute Magazine, Anastasiya Gerak created divine work featuring our Geo, Smash and Minimalist stacking rings. Anastasiya has an eye for raw and elusive images and has worked with labels including Zulu and Zephyr, She Made Me, Sam Edelman and San Taylor. Anastasiya's immense talent will impact the fashion industry for years to come.
Melbourne’s womenswear label Elka Collective featured the enchanting Louise Vandevorst, wearing our gold rings in their Winter 16 Lookbook.
The kids at Fashion journal gave us props on our latest collection:
"Toyah Perry creates unconventional jewellery that you need in your life right now.
Embracing the beauty of imperfection, designer Toyah Perry handcrafts silver, gold, salvaged limestone and cement resin into simple raw designs.
Her debut collection Zero is ideal for those who love understated designs with a unique twist. Pieces are made to order, so there’s the added bonus that each piece is your own, made just for you.
Better yet, it’s the kind of collection that looks even better stacked on, so buying more than one is justified."