Harlequin and Vostok with geometry
From geometric canvases to block art prints, we have all seen triangular jewellery of the 1980s, but nobody has been more modern Mondrian than Lucy Peacock is right now. Up and coming in Vogue and The Telegraph and an adorner of the bands, The Guillemots and Noisettes, The Upcoming brings you Lucy Peacock’s two fantastic collections called Harlequin and Vostok.
Lucy Peacock is based in London and has been generating creative paintings from a young age and whilst the rest of us stumbled around in the dark trying to answer the “what to do with our lives?” question, Lucy Peacock knew she was destined to be a jewellery designer.
The Harlequin collection is inspired by Russian constructivist art. Taking great inspiration from it, Lucy Peacock has correlated a collection of triangles using a two-tonal colour combination. They are simple but so effective and would be great worn over a jumper or a plain maxi dress.
The Vostok collection has some impressive panelled necklaces with starting prices from around the £126.00 mark. The bright tones of black, pink, green, nude and silver give the Perspex necklaces featuring gold tone hinges an electric look. The influence of the likes of Naomi Fisher, Scott Wilson and McQueen can be seen in these pieces, which have been beautifully photographed by the talented Tom Gallant.
To get your hands on these brilliant pieces we have a list of stockists for you: no-one shop, Farfetch, Artam Tokyo and Mrs Jones London.
Paula de Burgh