If you called Jovana Djuric “clingy,” in this context that would be a big compliment. Her sleek sculptural jewelry clings to the ear lobe, the finger and the neck, elegantly fusing with the form of the body.
A former designer for Givenchy, the Serbian-born, New York-based Jovana Djuric recently struck out on her own with her eponymous line.
Djuric calls her simplistic, wearable art sculptures a response to a cluttered world.
“The driving force behind my designs is the idea that a piece of jewelry created in metal will last forever,” she says. “That resilience gives me focus and the determination to create pieces that are as timeless as the women who wear them. Pieces that inspire and provide power within the wearer. Jewelry that demands focus, while serving as a medium of focus itself.”
Another favorite is the triple claw rings, which hugs the finger with an open feel.
Retails on all the jewelry are from $125 to $1200.