HKD is a jewellery brand that focuses on creating wearable sculptures fit for a modern woman’s dream world. Seductive forms make up the brand’s sci-fi aesthetic. HKD was set out to challenge the traditional ways of making, wearing, and styling jewelry; having its own set of rules.
An Architect by education, Lebanese Creative Director Farah Nasri uses 3D printing technology as a medium for design, together with intricate traditional jewellery processes, pushing the boundaries of traditional materials to create jewels that carry a distinct formal aesthetic. Trained in drawing and design, Nasri intends to shift the use of 3D printing techniques to fit jewellery instead of large scale architecture, by understanding the correlation of inhabiting spaces and smaller forms. HKD experiments with various materials; gold, rose gold, rhodium, and pearls. HKD’s avant-garde aesthetic and formal qualities have gained international recognition. HKD has been well received by The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Style.com, Buro, Elle, Glamour, GQ, Marie Claire, ODDA, Tatler, CondeNast Traveller,Vogue, and Vogue Talent’s Vogue Italia to name a few.
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