Carnival energy and stream flexibility in the Stream collection by Fernando Jorge

The new Stream collection from jewelry designer Fernando Jorge is graceful and full of energy, like a samba dance at a Brazilian carnival.
The name of the collection alone might bring to mind the soft lines and organic design we are used to seeing in the collections of this Brazilian prodigy, but this time Jorge added the motif of aerodynamics denying the laws of gravity.

Open gold rings from the new Stream collection

The best example of the refined fluidity of form in the Stream collection is an open ring in yellow gold with soft funnels gently enveloping the finger. The open ring also appears in another model in a more luxurious guise, studded with champagne-colored diamonds, while the emerald ring, though it has exactly the same shape, looks surprisingly different from its counterparts – the green gems add a real electric charge of colors and inexhaustible energy to the jewelry.

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Pink gold rings from the new Stream collection

In the Stream collection and the new SS15 jewelry from his past – and much-loved – Fusion collection, Fernando Jorge has turned to white gold for the first time. In his pieces, Fernando combines Brazilian sensuality with the edgy facets of London to create powerful images, provocative yet elegant designs. With technical skills honed to perfection during his studies at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design and extensive experience in the jewelry industry, he is able to cast precious metals into molds that, while looking natural, are extremely complex designs.

Bracelet and earrings in pink gold with champagne-colored diamonds from the new Stream collection

Fernando has a weakness for Brazilian gems and minerals – which are often overlooked in his native country because of their abundance – and has a talent for creating unique, modern cuts. Noteworthy is the fact that Brazil is the source of the most famous and beautiful tourmalines of paraiba.

You must agree that when you’re packing up your coat and wrapping up your scarf to face another gray winter day, the thought of adding a spark of cheerful Brazilian carnival from Fernando Jorge’s latest collection is especially nice!

If after a bright Brazil you don’t want to go back to a gray winter, we suggest admiring the glow of the tropics in the Swarovski Elements collection.

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