Bjørg jewelry in mutated shapes

Posted: October 12, 2011 in Norwegian
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Futuristic aesthetic: The Odyssey collection

If film director Tim Burton wanted to do a fresh remake of Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi classic Blade Runner, he would need to visit Oslo, Norway to find the perfect jewelry accessories. The Bjørg Odyssy 2012 Collection is brutal…in a good way.

Inspired by futurism and geometry, the collection uses natural materials like horsehair, opals and feathers, juxtaposed with iridescent colours, industrial structures and mutated shapes.

I got a first-hand glimpse of the collection yesterday when Scandinavian Press Room, a fashion PR bureau, held a press day at their office in the Östermalm district of Stockholm.
Company vice president Olof Erlandsson took me on a tour of the showroom. He was wearing a large, gold-plated bracelet from Bjørg which reminded me of a whale skeleton, and a finger ring with a pale, horsehair ridge. Photo: David B

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