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Eye-catching designs and understated elegance: Jewellery at BIKINI BERLIN


Unique pieces of jewellery evoke memories of the most precious moments in life and dress up any outfit in an instant. So you’ll be pleased to hear that BIKINI BERLIN is the perfect place to come for accessory shopping – thanks to the huge selection on offer and the many different designs!

But such a wide offer also means that you’ll be spoilt for choice. To give you a little overview for your next jewellery shopping trip to the concept shopping mall, today I’m presenting you with my favourites and the stories behind them.


Rozenthal Jewelry from Latvia

On my search for unique earrings, necklaces and other jewellery pieces, I was mainly on the lookout for unusual materials. Jewellery label Rozenthal from Latvia, for example, designs earrings made of porcelain, hand-painted with a marble pattern. The design of these unique pieces reference shapes and colours from nature. They are unique, but also simple at the same time and a real pleasure to wear! – Spotted at Studio 183.

Pukka Berlin

Somewhat more reserved, but no less exciting or chic, is jewellery label Pukka Berlin. Although they use high-end materials, the prices are fair. The precious metals and gemstones are ethically and sustainably sourced and their designs are minimalistic, yet modern at the same time. And if you shop here, you’ll also be doing a good deed: 20 percent of the proceeds from the unique Tembo line are donated to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, whose conservation area is home to around 400 elephants and other wild animals at threat from extinction, which it protects from poachers. My personal favourite is definitely the Nimbus Wrap Diamond Hoops in silver that add glitz thanks to the diamonds, but also look understated as part of my outfits! – Spotted at their pop-up box on the ground floor.

The Medley Institute

At the curated fashion and lifestyle store AM+, you’ll find a whole host of very special designs by label The Medley Institute, which remind me of optical illusions. The pieces stand out with their clear, delicate designs, without any embellishments in sight. So although every piece is striking and eye-catching, they are more elegantly understated. But don’t take my word for it – come and see this interplay of contrasts for yourself! The entire collection is produced in Germany. – Spotted at the AM+ store.


Hoops & Fears

If understatement isn’t really your thing and you prefer loud, colourful designs instead, you should definitely check out Hoops & Fears. The label creates eye-catching hoop earrings made of gold and silver with Japanese “Bunka” cord. The hand-knotted tassels are loose and light and sway gently with your every movement. – Spotted at Studio 183.

Organic Tagua

These gorgeous bracelets are made by hand in Ecuador from 100 percent tagua – a nut from the tagua palm tree. Abury guarantees the sustainable, environmentally friendly and fair production of these eye-catching bracelets in the shape of a falling raindrop. The bracelet comes in a number of colours to suit every taste and is the perfect way to liven up your look! – Spotted at Abury.