Intricate heirlooms meets minimalist style and design.
Perth-dependent designer and founder of Miro Miro, Andrea Goh, sees jewellery as far more than just the ultimate touch to an outfit, but as an extension of oneself.
Miro Miro’s SS20 collection finds influence from Goh’s possess Chinese heritage and the intricate heirlooms that exist in just it. By this exploration of society, Goh is demanding the wearer to rethink and be empowered by narratives of ‘otherness’.
Miro Miro’s debut assortment in 2019 featured onyx stones in orange and green (recurring colours in Chinese culture) but this time all over, the array finds its electrical power in construction and simplicity.
The assortment of rings and earrings borrow the styles uncovered in antique Chinese tapestries, prints and hairpins. Crafted from rhodium-plated sterling silver, 18K gold-plated brass and ethically sourced semi-valuable stones, Miro Miro jewelry is designed for longevity.
The collection’s important piece, the Dries earring, with its three wavy traces that satisfy at a stone at the lobe, was inspired by the form of hair combs that Goh would uncover in her grandmother’s jewelry box as a youngster. The relaxation of the line feels this way much too: retrospective in its allure, still contemporary in its minimalism.
The assortment includes of parts ranging from $155 to $270 and is available to acquire now at Miro Miro.