The fashion world has taken notice of a rising star in jewelry design who creates wearable art using plants and flowers. The debut collection from Stephanie D’heygere, called “The Flower Shop,” was presented at the Marché aux Fleurs during Paris Fashion Week in January. After working for several major European fashion brands, the Belgian-born D’heygere wished to work on something “more personal,” launching The Flower Shop jewelry line among the seasonal and exotic bouquets of the Marché aux Fleurs. The location served as a symbol of Paris-based D’heygere’s love of flowers and tied into the original concept for the collection: easy-to-wear accessories that could carry flowers in a minimalist fashion. D’heygere studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, and previously worked as head of jewelry at Maison Margiela and senior jewelry designer at Dior before going freelance and launching her brand. — Conner Howard

ARNAUD LAJEUNIE
Already recognized as a signature design for her brand, D’heygere’s “Canister Hoops” earrings are made to be customizable, with wearers being able to swap out plants or other accessories as desired.
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D’heygere’s work has been noted and featured by publications such as Vogue and The New York Times, and demonstrates the versatility and aesthetic appeal of plants.
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