BTS: Sarah & Sebastian

We go BTS with Sarah & Sebastian as they shoot for their latest collection Pendel. Take a look at their creative process…

Founded in 2011 by Sarah Gittoes and Robert Sebastian Grynkofki, Australian jewellery brand Sarah & Sebastian has quickly achieved cult status in design and fashion circles alike. Designed and handmade in their Sydney studio, eachSarah & Sebastian piece combines modernity and classicism in its silhouette. Every piece is handcrafted by a team of jewellers using reclaimed gold and silver and incorporates ethically sourced stones of the highest quality.

Sarah and Sebastians latest collection, Pendel interprets the works of sculptor Alexander Calder. Embracing irregular shapes, kinetic components and abstract faces, these playful elements form an expressive collection that communicates Sarah and Sebastian’s appreciation and celebration of the visual arts. Each piece is handcrafted in solid gold and sterling silver, incorporating precious stones in a broad spectrum of colours. Statement earrings, pendant-adorned chokers and customisable combinations are designed to be inimitable forms of self expression for the wearer. Check out some of the action from behind the scenes below…

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Photographer: Simon Lekias / Creative Direction: Mark Vassalo

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Hair & Makeup: Peter Beard

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Talent: Noam Frost

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The Campaign: PENDEL

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Available at Superette: The Stealer Ring in Sterling Silver and Gold / The Stealer Necklace in Stirling Silver and Gold

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