When I was in Hong Kong in April, I spent a solid amount of time in Lane Crawford, which is arguably far more other-worldly and cool than even…Barneys. (Gasp, I know.) There, I saw Venna, a crystallized jewelry line designed by Patrick Wong that belongs to the same family as Erickson Beamon or Tom Binns or Shourouk (in fact, from this blog post I’m guessing Patrick and Shourouk are friends). His pieces are kooky, and bright, and the perfect amount of strange, and I absolutely should have bought one when I had the chance (I assumed they’d be available on Lane Crawford’s website, since it’s now e-commerce). Les Pommettes has two pieces—but I want to see the depth of his collection! It’s pretty fun, right? (And I know these lines are super expensive, so for something similar, check out Adia Kibur.)
And here, of course, are all the pieces I want from the Venna site, which alas, is not e-commerce.