PLAITLY

PLAITLY

Founded by architect Caroline Quinio, PLAITLY explores architectural strategies in the creation of personalized, customizable, & statement jewelry. PLAITLY embraces unseen influences & celebrates life’s collection of experiences woven together that define our stories. Through materializing the immaterial, each piece is shaped by invisible forces.
The striking jewelry from PLAITLY, including pieces made from 3D-printed nylon and stainless steel, are delightfully offbeat yet unmistakably timeless. Each object's sculptural shape is likely due to its designer, Caroline Quinio, who studied architecture and classical piano before launching the brand in 2017.

Heliodon Collection

Personalized jewelry that captures the sun angle at a location, date and time chosen by you. Available in plated 18 karat gold, 14 karat rose gold, and rhodium.

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Heliodon Cuff Links

Customized cuff links shaped by the sun angle. Each cuff link can show a different location, date and time. Available in plated 18 karat gold.

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Drapery Collection Plié Pendants

The Plié Pendants were designed through a custom algorithm simulating gravity forces on fabric draped around a chain. Available in plated 18 karat gold, 14 karat rose gold, and rhodium.

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Drapery Collection

The Drapery Collection explores the dissolving boundary between the virtual and the physical. Each piece in the collection is defined by a part of the human body against which it drapes and folds.

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Drapery Collection: Echappé Necklace

This one-of-a-kind statement necklace was designed using a custom algorithm that simulates gravity forces on fabric draped around the neck of the person wearing it. 3d-printed in stainless steel and plated in gold.

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Founded by architect Caroline Quinio, PLAITLY explores architectural strategies in the creation of personalized, customizable, & statement jewelry. PLAITLY embraces unseen influences & celebrates life’s collection of experiences woven together that define our stories. Through materializing the immaterial, each piece is shaped by invisible forces.