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Best Contemporary Korean Jewelry Brands

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Korean jewelry brands make pieces that range from minimalist design to some statement-making accessories! 

To dress up your most simple and casual outfits, you just need a perfect piece of Korean jewelry. It can instantly add character and statement to your look. 

We have compiled some of the best contemporary Korean jewelry labels hailing from South Korea. 

Our favorite from the list is definitely Numbering, an emerging brand that offers both sleek and bold accessories. Some of the Korean jewelry brands make their own signature statement-making pieces, while others feature some Asian influences.

Discover some of the excellent Korean jewelry brands and designers here. 

1064studio

It is an emerging Korean brand that has been picked up by Net-a-Porter, a luxury e-tailer. In terms of design, 1064studio plays around with shapes and different sizes. 

There are minimalist items as well as some bold pieces, which include mismatched earrings. 

Where to Shop: 1064 Studio’s web store and select retailers, including Net-a-Porter.

Souhait

It’s a family-run business led by designer Somin Lee along with creators Sowon Lee and Jay Lee. The brand name translates to ‘wish’ in French.

The Korean jewelry brand is known for its chunky rings and modern aesthetics. You can layer the pieces or wear them independently for a statement look. 

Where to Shop: Souhait’s web store.

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Numbering 

The Insta-cool jewelry brand has everything ranging from mini hoop earrings to fashionable chain bracelets. All the accessories are versatile, and you can pair anything with everything! 

Latest Spring/Summer 2020 collection features jewelry in gold and sterling silver inspired by the ‘80s. 

Where to Shop: Numbering’s official store.

COLDFRAME

The brand is famous for its chunky and delicate designs. It incorporates influences from flower petals and even vintage jewelry in its collection. 

The most recent piece from the collection, ‘Rope Twist,’ is a unique interpretation of bracelets with rings and more. 

Where to Shop: COLDFRAME’s web store.

Portrait Report

Seoul-based Portrait Report is a cult-favorite that is popular among celebrities. The jewelry pieces break the usual fashion stereotypes with its clean and sleek creations. 

You can find some really unique designs like ear cuffs in the shape of Apple AirPods

Where to Shop: Portrait Report’s online store.

Korean Jewelry Brands

Space Oddity

Space Oddity creates timeless pieces ideal for the modern woman. The lineup features a range of designs, including mother of pearl inspired earrings and oversized accessories. 

Where to Shop: Space Oddity’s online store.

SCHO Studio

The Korean jewelry brand is named after the designer, Sarah Cho and the label first debuted in 2012 in Paris. It has a beautiful showroom in Hannam-dong called ‘The Room.’ it even doubles up as a coffee shop. 

Sarah’s experiences at Balenciaga and Lanvin inspire most of the pieces of SCHO Studio. 

Where to Shop: SCHO’s online store and stockists like Lane Crawford.

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Momentel

Momental is one Korean brand that combines its Asian roots with modernity. The unconventional pieces highlight the beauty of women, and retro-style fanatics especially love it. 

The most recent collection features a Chinese character on earrings and necklace charms. You can find “福,” which means happiness and good fortune, on jewelry from Momental. 

Where to Shop: Momentel’s web store and retailers like Shury Tokyo.

Have you ever tried Korean jewellery before or are you looking forward to trying on something new? Let us know in the comments below!

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