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Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” Leonardo?Da Vinci once wrote. Award winning eponymous jewellery designer, Myriam Soseilos has taken the sentiment to heart and adopted these words as the ethos? for her highly original lines – just like, according to Soseilos, the women who inspire her artistry. Intended for “strong-minded, business women characterised by their inner power and perseverance”. Her pieces draw heavily from modern architecture and technology, featuring, importantly, a distinctive versatility – the pieces in her Transformers’ collection are all transformable, moveable, and playful. With each piece, you can adapt it to create an entirely new piece of jewellery, with new colours and a new look. Simply ingenious! MyriamSOS brand was awarded ‘Treasure Designer of the Year 2013? at London Jewellery Week, a finalist in ‘New Designer of the Year’ 2014 at the U.K. Watch & Jewellery Awards and a finalist at the international Madame Figaro “Women of the Year” awards 2015, is leading the industry to new heights with her avant-garde collections of jewellery. The designer’s visionary brands feature a range of dynamic, statement pieces that represent the very best of fine jewellery design with a playful twist of versatility. The architecturally inspired collections of jewellery pieces are fused with pure lines of design, precise attention to detail, and versatility of shape and materials. The designers collections feature an array of intricate gemstones, which are meticulously hand-set, thus defining an art form in itself, and then set in a choice of rose, yellow and white gold or silver. Her MyriamSOS range includes the award winning Transformer Collection, Naked Square and the all new …. collection, which are witty, versatile and wonderfully unique; each collection offering a selection of statement pieces including, necklaces, pendants, rings and earrings. Myriam Soseilos holds a number of distinguished memberships, including: Honorary member of BJA with benefits of a British based member Member of the Cyprus Assay Office (CAO – official body which hallmarks the purity of precious metals), with certificate of registration in the Manufacturers’ Register Member of the U.K. and Cyprus Assay Office, with certificate of registration in the Jewellers’ Register Myriam Soseilos has received: - The prestigious Designer of the Year award during the 2013 London Jewellery Week - The Designer of the Year 2014 at the Madame Figaro Awards ceremony in April 2015 She is also a Finalist New Designer of the Year 2014 – UK Watch & Jewellery Awards In March 2015, the designer Myriam Soseilos, as a ‘key opinion former’, was one of the invited speakers at the Rome TEDx event. The global platform TED, whose initials stand for Technology / Entertainment / Design, is a nonprofit organization devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less). According to the official TED site, TED speakers inform and inspire, surprise and delight. They run the world’s most admired companies and design its best-loved products; they are trusted voices and convention-breaking mavericks, icons and geniuses. TED talks have become the gold standard for
This course covered the fundamentals of fashion design including researching for inspiration, developing fashion ideas, figure illustration and portfolio preparation.
If you would like to create modern, unusual jewellery using contemporary materials this course will guide you through the process. You will undertake several projects to produce a range of pieces that explore different techniques. The course will cover combining precious and non-precious materials, including resin, acrylic, silver and found objects
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Madame Figaro Awards - Women Achievement Awards
U.K. Watch and Jewellery Awards
London Jewellery Week