The Instagram Edit: #Inspiration

The best jewelry designers tend to be tuned in to the world around them, forever in search of fodder for new collections.

Many use Instagram as a repository for the ideas, images, and palettes that move them, offering a window into their creative process. As the screenshots below convey, inspiration can strike almost anywhere—on NYC’s Fifth Avenue (Catherine Iskiw), in the garden (Shamila), or just luxuriating down a self-created rabbit hole of gorgeous Pinterest pics. Ruth Tomlinson was enamored of the dusty pastel colors of a distressed wooden doorway; for Amy Glaswand, it was the spiraling edges of a midcentury glass table.

We’ll have to wait for any jewelry designs that take shape, but imagining the possibilities is half the fun.

 

Catherine Iskiw Instagram Fifth Ave

@catherine_iskiw_designs

Shamila Instagram garden flower

@shamilafinejewelry

Ruth Tomlinson Instagram distressed wooden door

@ruthtomlinsonjewellery

 

 Amy Glaswand Instagram glass table

@amyglaswand

Delphine instagram tent in woods

@delphinejewelry

Anna Beck instagram Bali love

@annabeckdesigns

Baker and Black Instagram Sea Objects by Alexander Calder

@bakerandblack

Melissa Kaye Instagram wall details

@melissakayejewelry

Natalya Ponte Instagram Brooklyn Heights

@natalyapontejewelry

Grewe and co Instagram texture inspo

@grewandco

Ice cream candy Instagram

@icecreamcandy

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All That Glitters Writer