According to the Berlin-based designer Anne Manns, jewellery does not have to be studded with diamonds to shine. She prefers to design sculptural pieces of silver inspired by women, nature, and art - all handmade in Germany.
Who actually states that statement jewellery must be loud, large and colorful? However the German designer Anne Manns doesn't - and still she designs pieces that can't be ignored. Anne, who commutes between Berlin and northern Italy, has been manufacturing silver jewellery (partly gold-plated) inspired by art, women and her two locations since 2016: the bold urbanity of the metropolis and the untamed nature of southern Europe. This results in almost expressionistic pieces, which are never flashy but profoundly timeless. The Anne Mann formula: Sculptural silhouettes and classic materials. Her collections are created in collaboration with selected Berlin goldsmiths and family businesses. They can also be understood as an acknowledgment of local craftsmanship. Meaning: Mann's jewelry is handmade in Germany. The question of fair wages and working conditions? No question.
1. Anne Manns 2. & 3. Detail shoots from her campaign
For Anne, who has a background in fashion design, it is important that her pieces of jewellery do not only meet aesthetic but also meet ethical requirements. In the production process, she pays close attention to reducing waste and using as few resources as possible. Anne Mann's jewelry line is one of the most modern ones in Germany, not only because of its look but also because of its guidelines.
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