News__ Nallik F/W 2011

May 19, 2011 | By

Nallik uses semi-precious stones paired with metals. We pick our favorites from F/W 2011.

There's been lots of different kinds of "crystal jewelry" sprouting up recently. Yet, Nallik, has managed to choose and set stones in ways we haven't before. Borrowed from the Inuit word, Nallik cannot be directly translated but means protection and nurturing in a loving way. Nallik is meant to represent a sense of sustainability--that we are all connected to one another and our surroundings, something valued by the Inuits.

Created from natural components like semiprecious natural stones and found objects, contrasted with metals, the F/W 2011 collection uses the likes of amazonite, calcite and orchid petal and chrysocolla. Sparkly and pretty in a not obnoxious way.

See our favorites from the Nallik F/W 2011 collection below.

Discovered on: Refinery29

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