Mirit Weinstock

I love the new jewelry collection by Israeli artist and designer, Mirit Weinstock. It’s called The Clowns Collection and she made her beautiful porcelain pieces with inspiration from pleated clown collars, noisemakers, pointy hats and bow ties! Love. The dreamy pieces are sculpted with silk that burns away in the kiln, but the porcelain holds its curious shapes. I found her wonderful work a few weeks ago when I first discovered Swords-Smith.

After her time at Lanvin, Alber Elbaz said that Mirit Weinstock’s design work is “creative, conceptual, precise, original and inspiring.” I wholly agree! More HERE and HERE.

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

mirit weinstock via honey kennedy

Images courtesy of Mirit Weinstock + Swords-Smith.

 

CREDITS
Photography: Mark Yashaev
Still life photography: Tal Terry
Model: Kianne Frankfurt
Jewelry: Mirit Weinstock

Comments
12 Responses to “Mirit Weinstock”
  1. kelsey says:

    these photos are exquisite and i adore the bows!

  2. Swords-Smith says:

    We LOVE Mirit Weinstock! With the porcelain process she uses, each piece is one-of-a-kind. She uses a hard porcelain, so the jewelry is not super fragile either.

  3. I love how delicate and yet…structural? These are. So beautiful.

  4. Elise says:

    Hi! Would love to shop these pieces but the links seem to go to the wrong site. Do you know where I can find her work?
    Thanks!

  5. melissa says:

    oh good now i’m dead

  6. Jade Sheldon says:

    So ethereal! I want it all…