Biased perhaps by the fact that I love both of these designer's work personally, I found Lara Bohinc's jewels the perfect match for the Temperley London catwalk. I love both designers for their 'tough bohemian' aesthetic, and each of Bohinc's pieces, although not specifically designed or customised for the Temperley catwalk, set off the outfit it accompanied in either colour, form or material.
It took me a few seconds to realise who had designed the jewellery for the Louise Amstrup show - I knew I recognised the design of those pendants but not the neon orange material... Here, Hannah Martin's signature claw/clasp necklaces have been re-imagined in solid opaque colour - white, navy and orange shades setting off the colours of the catwalk and adding a uniformity throughout. I love the long layered pendants - looking minimalist and sleek as opposed to 'hippy' - and the pop of a colourful clasp worn at the collarbone.