Something more than just another piece of jewelry in a society where big brands dominate the styles of the masses. With influence from the middle east, the jewels that adorn our bodies each have a purpose & energy of their own.


Joshua Tree

A magical experience in these sacred native lands. We spent the night in the middle of the Mojave desert amongst brightly coloured desert wildflowers and watched the moon rise above the rocks, followed by the sun rise which made the land glow a beautiful indigo blue. The combination of this colour on the white rocks made it look and feel like being on a different planet. The rocks look like shimmery quartz up close. There is an undeniable presence of the energy of the natives here, instantly humbling. As the sun rose, the echoes of ravens and other wild birds could be heard among the canyons and we watched tiny little sleepy eyed prairie dogs crawl out of their little holes to greet the sun.

Biker boots from thrift store in Nevada, vintage Navajo print shirt, headchain by Star Seed, blue circle scarf shawl by American Apparel

photography: Nicholai Matro

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There's a certain quality of light, a certain essence in the air in that time of hour in the early morning when night time has not quite yet ended, neither has morning quite yet begun. Lavender skies.

The last photo is from my travels in Joshua tree (mojave desert) as the sun was rising while the moon was still shining bright. Boots: thrift store in Nevada, white peacock earrings by Star Seed

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