While strolling the aisles of the New York Gift Show I came across some shiny objects that caught my eye. They were simple and elegant with a touch of color.
These timeless pieces are designed by Horst Max Lebert of Berlin.
And he explains his work aptly, "Not the things themselves are important, but the feelings they evoke."
I couldn't agree more. I feel like jewelry needs to have an intimate interaction with the wearer. They need to like how the piece makes them feel, mentally and physically. Jewelry needs to be comfortable and functional yet relate to the wearer, telling a story about the person behind the ring, brooch or necklace. HML of Berlin tells subtle stories that don't get old or over done. They remain timeless.