Lucy Folk is a thriving Australian jewellery and accessories brand whose ornamental hors d’oeuvres have left a sweet taste in the mouths of discerning patrons around the world since 2007.

Dubbed a ‘stand-out’ by the New York Times, and famed for her personal style, Creative Director Lucy Folk’s imagination boldly goes against the grain, preserving delicacies we adore into precious things we love to wear.

A self-confessed foodie, art lover and global traveller, Lucy Folk is a trained Goldsmith with a fully-fledged international brand presence, stocked as far and wide as Matches in the UK, colette in France, Just One Eye in the USA, Ron Herman in Japan and the MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Australia to name but a few.

Profiled by the likes of Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, ELLE, The New York Times, The Australian Financial Review, style.com, WWD, Purple Fashion, i-D, Refinery 29, Nylon, Please! Magazine, T Magazine and Sunday Times Style (amongst countless others), the brand effortlessly connects with all sorts.

Fans include super celebs Dakota Johnson, Riley Keough, Cara Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse, Zoe Kravitz, Georgia May Jagger, Elle and Dakota Fanning, Bella Heathcote, Emma Roberts, Beyonce, Rita Ora, Alexa Chung, Gia Coppola, Solonge, Leandra Medine, Leaf Greener, Miroslava Duma, Anna Dello Russo and Tavi Gevinson.

Amplifying the buzz surrounding collection launches, Lucy Folk has participated in several collaborative projects with like-minded creatives including colette Paris, Quentin and Jemima Jones, Ten Pieces, Julia Sarr-Jamois, P.A.M (Perks and Mini), Yukimi Nagano (Little Dragon), Susie Lau (Style Bubble), Ketel One Vodka and CAPI and has produced feature films to promote her Tesoro, Sugar, Appeteaser and Bento collections.

With a flagship store in Melbourne, Australia and plans to open additional doorways overseas in the not-so-distant future, Lucy Folk succeeds gracefully in celebrating the finer things in life, combining kitsch naiveté with subtle beauty.



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