LFW runway, showcase Becca Hulbert’s fashioned jewels
Becca Hulbert crafts jewels for Peter Jensen’s London Fashion Week runway. Prize-winning, Becca Hulbert a British jewelry designer has associated with the fashion designer Peter Jensen to craft sculptural ornaments for his LFW week appearance at the ICA. Considering the mutual alliance with Hulbert in the year 2002, Peter Jensen approaches this top notch designer once again to design jewelry for his AW16 collection.
Becca Hulbert, an award-winning British jewelry designer, has partnered with a known fashion designer Peter Jensen to create the luscious sculptural jewels for Jensen’s LFW presentation at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. Seeing the past association with Becca Hulbert in the year 2002, Peter Jensen once again contacted the jewelry designer to radiate his magnificence in his AW16 collection. The jewelry collection consists of silver and gold vermeil earrings decorated with the pearl details that was inspired by Peggy Guggenheim, an art collection in addition to the work of Alexander Calder. Alexander Calder art is always focused on the current high profile retroactive at Tate Modern, a modern art gallery in London. Hulbert shares his experience by expressing that she is delighted to go with Peter Jensen again as she is a big lover of his work together with that of Alexander Calder. She too added that she holds a keen interest in art and sculpture, so the fusion of this and fashion was a great experience for her. She justified it by saying she loved every minute she spent on her work and felt like getting a dream job. Hulbert got graduated from Central Saint Martins in the year 2000, since then her work has highlighted in many fashion publications (national and international). Further, her collection is sold at varied renowned jewelry and lifestyle stores along with the independent boutiques. Hulbert has too worked for the jewelry house Astley Clarke, and Pearl & Queenie for which she gained a Professional Jeweler Hot 100 Award in 2013.