When luxury meets handmade in the world of adornments, the results can be utterly extraordinary. Each of these designers applies their skill and thoughtful techniques to create stunning, wearable works of art. Every piece was chosen exclusively from The List, the destination for all things Surface-approved.
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1. Ceremonia necklace, Caralarga
Composed of raw cotton, waxed thread, and natural sansevieria fibers that are hand-twisted into 84 individual knots, this powerful piece honors the Aztec women who donned such ornaments daily.
2. Zipper cuff, Anita Ko Composed of 18-karat rose gold, this bracelet is made in Los Angeles by skilled artisans and swathed in locally sourced micro-pavé diamonds, imbuing it with high shine and a polished edge.
3. Chaîne d’Ancre Punk long necklace, Hermès The Chaîne d’Ancre link, invented by the Hermès family in 1938, was reimagined to create this safety pin–inspired silver and rose gold necklace from the label’s “punk” line, which blends elegance with the perfect amount of swagger.
5. Diamond Dust concrete rings, KONZUK Fine diamond dust is pressed into a strip of concrete and wrapped around a stainless-steel band to create these unisex rings, which channel designer Karen Konzuk’s fascination with Modernist forms and unconventional materials.