7 Statement Necklaces That We Love

Posted on 27 September 2017






Jane Necklace


Justine Clenquet studied fashion design in Paris before making the move to jewellery design in 2010. Clenquet’s designs explore the concept of rebellion, creating contemporary punk pieces with an anarchic influence. Lady Gaga is a fan of her designs, and with such famous customers it would be silly not to include this striking gold piece on our list of statement necklaces that we love.






Drawing inspiration from iconic urban architecture, French designer Aurore Francois has been designing jewellery since 2010. In this bold necklace she has used the architecture of Barcelona to inform the design process. You’ll turn heads for all the right reasons in one of these statement necklaces.






Lee Renée is a London-based designer who is definitely one to watch in the world of contemporary jewellery. By combining delicacy with bold design, Renee create pieces that tell a powerful story. We love how this antler necklace feels both traditional and contemporary. Browse Renee’s full collection to discover more statement necklaces. 







After relocating to New York City from Russia to work in journalism, Katya Kozmina took her creativity in a new direction. Kozminka pieces combine modern design themes with an emphasis on quality. We love this plant necklace that's clearly inspired by a love of nature - definitely one of the most understated yet striking statement necklaces on our list.






Cara Tonkin designs elegant and bold jewellery for strong-minded women. Her work combines tradition with contemporary design to create unique statement pieces.The Orbit Cosmos Necklace is ideal if you are looking to stand out from the crowd. Browse Tonkin’s collection to discover more gorgeous statement necklaces.







Eina Ahluwalia's jewellery is inspired by a quest for social justice. Her themes revolve around feminism and spirituality, and each piece is designed to send out a message to the wearer and the world. We’re absolutely obsessed with this gold piece, which is certainly one of the most beautiful and eye-catching statement necklaces on our list.







By turning her etchings into three-dimensional objects, Annabelle Lucilla’s collections explore the ideas of tactility and surface. Lucilla finds constant inspiration from Indian architecture and forgotten civilisations, and even revives old techniques in the manufacturing process to achieve unique textures.




Which one of our statement necklaces is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below or share on Facebook and Twitter!

1 comment

  • Amanda Heath: January 21, 2018

    Justine Clenquet Jais Necklace = WOW

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