Skall Studio and Kinraden, two decade-old Danish brands rooted in sustainability, debut their jewellery capsule collection on the Skall Studio runway
Look closely on today’s Skall Studio’s runway and you’ll notice glimmering brooches, hair pins and buttons, rendered in organic shapes. The capsule collection of jewellery, made from recycled sterling silver and gold, come by way of the Danish brand’s jewellery collaboration with fellow Danes Kinraden. The pieces, with their imperfect shapes, appear plucked from the jewellery box of a particularly well-dressed aunt or discovered tucked away in an especially well-curated vintage shop.
“The jewellery plays with the shape of the body and its natural movements, just as our styles,” says Skall co-founder Julie Shall. “However, the collection is more than a visual accent. It stands as a powerful symbol of our shared dedication to shaping the future through beauty and conscious design.”
Skall and Kinraden are certainly cut from the same cloth. Both brands were founded 10 years ago with an unwavering commitment to sustainable design. “Our common values are emphasised by a love for nature, a preference for natural, mono materials and recycled materials, an urge to create eternal pieces and to keep pushing the industry in a more conscious direction,” says Marie Skall. Plus, the two brands are neighbours – their Copenhagen flagships are just down the street from each other on Store Strandstræde.
As for the standout piece in the capsule collection, Julie and Marie point to the large ‘Lumen’ earring – a recycled sterling silver piece Marie describes as “quite extraordinary”. “We love it’s great organic shape and it’s precious interaction with the light,” she says.