Punk Is Timeless In Pattaraphan’s Latest Collection
Crafted in Bangkok, fine jewelery with a bold edge melds into contemporary fashion, perfect for elevating your everyday look
Edgy minimalism meets expert craftsmanship in Pattaraphan’s Pre-FW’22 collection, which dropped on March 17. The brand, whose name translates to “beautiful skin” in Thai, was founded in 2019 by Nok Salirathavibhaga and focuses on fine jewelery with an intimate approach, all while preserving Thai heritage and supporting slow fashion.
In this versatile 13-piece collection, the brand’s archive is reimagined as sculptural metal contrasts gemstone accents in both cool and dark tones. Pieces are materialized in rhodium or 18k gold plated sterling silver—with some items allowing the option of 14k gold—and include genderless hoop earrings, lockets, beaded necklace and bracelets, and dainty necklaces.
The classic Pattaraphan soda tab shape is back in a scaled version and found in both the new, smaller Chunky Pressurized Earrings, and as a pendant paired alongside a ball chain necklace. Pattaraphan’s ID series continues with an assortment of dog tag charms in new sizes, designed to be worn with handmade hoops. Silver and gold beads adorn necklaces and bracelets, nodding to pearl styles while maintaining the brand’s signature edge and minimality. Similarly versatile are the Baby Cycle Necklace and Baby Cycle Bracelet, bold enough to be worn alone yet perfect for layering.
Gemstones are introduced in the Stranded Cycle Hoops, whose dangling strand of London blue topaz gives a rebellious feel. Ying Charm Hoops are crafted with white and black sapphires, making the chunky hoop earrings both delicate and bold, perfect for pairing with the matching Ying Pendant Necklace.
The collection and all preexisting Pattaraphan styles are offered in price points between $160 and $770 for sterling silver based pieces, and $1,120 to $2,036 for 14k gold pieces. You can shop the collection online here.