Qiuyu Yang

Central Saint Martins, UK

Data capture was the inspiration for Qiuyu Yang’s ‘Flaneur’ collection, in which she aimed to capture 2D data from digital health trackers and visualise them through a 3D-printing technique. Thus her jewellery designs become unique to each wearer.

Would most like to work with: Alexander McQueen

Photography: Lee Whittaker. Sweater, £840, by Bottega Veneta

Mia Copíková

Trier University of Applied Sciences, Germany

The magical light play of mirrors inspired Mia Copíková to construct her own refractive material, layering mirror fragments with rock crystal and gold, such as in this two-piece brooch, designed to lead both viewer and wearer to question where the glow is coming from.

Would most like to work with: Olafur Eliasson

Photography: Lee Whittaker. Blazer, £2,115, by Bottega Veneta

Song Wang

Birmingham School of Jewellery, UK

The smoothness of resin gives it a tactile quality that’s perfectly suited to jewellery design, a key factor in Song Wang’s approach. This earring is part of her ‘Insecure’ collection, and can also be worn as a ring.

Would most like to work with: A fashion designer who wants to explore the idea of beautiful, functional jewellery

Photography: Lee Whittaker. Blazer, £2,115, by Bottega Veneta

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