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Georg Jensen
x Stine Goya

Stine Goya reestablishes an icon in a brand new collaboration with Georg Jensen and its iconic Daisy jewellery collection. Echoing the symbolism of the daisy flower itself, the Georg Jensen ‘Daisy’ takes on life anew with pastel petals and fresh silhouettes – from statement ear cuffs and necklaces to delicate earrings and bracelets

Stine Goya reestablishes an icon in a brand new collaboration with Georg Jensen and its iconic Daisy jewellery collection. Echoing the symbolism of the daisy flower itself, the Georg Jensen ‘Daisy’ takes on life anew with pastel petals and fresh silhouettes – from statement ear cuffs and necklaces to delicate earrings and bracelets

Q&A WITH STINE

What’s your relation to Georg Jensen’s Daisy collection?

The Georg Jensen Daisy really takes me back to my childhood in Denmark. It’s such an iconic emblem of our country. I remember so clearly rifling through my grandmother’s jewellery box as a child and playing dress-up with her Daisy pieces.

How did the collaboration with Georg Jensen come about?

With the Georg Jensen team we wanted to reimagine this classic and iconic design, exploring how to bring the Stine Goya universe of colour and print to the collection. We decided to create both new everyday pieces and wow-factor statement pieces built upon the Georg Jensen Daisy legacy.

Why is colour so important to you?

The germ of any concept can come from anywhere but ultimately, colour is the great centre-point for me. My life and work have always been driven by colour, it’s part of who I am. I believe that colour has the power to transform your mood and transport you to other worlds and memories inside your soul.

How did you work together with Georg Jensen in selecting the final colour palette?

I think you can do a lot with colour without going too crazy. For the Georg Jensen Daisy, we were really inspired by the soft ceramic floral brooches and necklaces of the 1800s. What’s more, the enamel, an artisanal and delicate material which Georg Jensen uses to paint the Daisy collection, offers the opportunity to play with colours. Gentle pastel shades are so refreshing to me – from mint and lavender to light lemon sorbet. Moving in this direction allowed for Daisy’s original form to breathe, while carrying a touch of Stine Goya flair.

Could you give us a few tips on how you’d style the pieces from the collection?

I truly believe in wearing whatever you like, however you like. The beauty of these pieces is that they can be the focal point of any simple look and do all the talking or become embedded in something a lot more out there. The true magic of jewellery is that it has the power to really make an outfit and take it from zero to hero in one simple piece.

Q&A WITH STINE

What’s your relation to Georg Jensen’s Daisy collection?

The Georg Jensen Daisy really takes me back to my childhood in Denmark. It’s such an iconic emblem of our country. I remember so clearly rifling through my grandmother’s jewellery box as a child and playing dress-up with her Daisy pieces.

How did the collaboration with Georg Jensen come about?

With the Georg Jensen team we wanted to reimagine this classic and iconic design, exploring how to bring the Stine Goya universe of colour and print to the collection. We decided to create both new everyday pieces and wow-factor statement pieces built upon the Georg Jensen Daisy legacy.

Why is colour so important to you?

The germ of any concept can come from anywhere but ultimately, colour is the great centre-point for me. My life and work have always been driven by colour, it’s part of who I am. I believe that colour has the power to transform your mood and transport you to other worlds and memories inside your soul.

How did you work together with Georg Jensen in selecting the final colour palette?

I think you can do a lot with colour without going too crazy. For the Georg Jensen Daisy, we were really inspired by the soft ceramic floral brooches and necklaces of the 1800s. What’s more, the enamel, an artisanal and delicate material which Georg Jensen uses to paint the Daisy collection, offers the opportunity to play with colours. Gentle pastel shades are so refreshing to me – from mint and lavender to light lemon sorbet. Moving in this direction allowed for Daisy’s original form to breathe, while carrying a touch of Stine Goya flair.

Could you give us a few tips on how you’d style the pieces from the collection?

I truly believe in wearing whatever you like, however you like. The beauty of these pieces is that they can be the focal point of any simple look and do all the talking or become embedded in something a lot more out there. The true magic of jewellery is that it has the power to really make an outfit and take it from zero to hero in one simple piece.