The fluidity of form of Stephanie Said’s jewellery often begins with the movement and folds of a simple piece of paper. She began using this blank slate as a starting point during her Bachelor’s degree in Fashion and Textile Design, after which she worked for Australian fashion luminaries such as Akira Isogawa. In 2007, she began to delve into her sub-major of Jewellery Design by creating moving minimalist pieces for herself and loved ones and released her first collection in 2013.
Stephanie Said now designs unisex jewellery collections and bespoke commissions from her Sydney based studio; a glass house nestled amidst the city’s skyline. From here, simple yet complex forms are engineered with a focus on movement, minimalism and geometry. Light, line, proportion and function are considered to create her unfamiliar futuristic aesthetic.
Stephanie Said strives to create jewellery that is from the heart and which deepens relationships with self and others. You are invited to meet Stephanie in her studio or via phone / video call at any time to discuss a bespoke piece, view the collection, or try on for sizing.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.