MINIMAL FASHION | 22 April 2015

Agata Bielen jewelry

I love the story of Agata Bielen. After graduating from the Fine Arts Academy in Poland, her very first collection already made a great impression and was displayed in a well-known gallery.

But what really convinced Agata to go all in was a coincidental meeting with Scott Schumann from the Satorialist.  He told her to do in life what she truly loves. A quote we should all live by, but is not always easy to pull of. Agata made it seem easy though: her collection got picked up by many great fashion lovers and I for one am a long time fan.

It’s about the basic unit of geometry,
length without extension.

following the idea that simple is beautiful and less is more.

Her statement pieces are easily recognized by subtle geometrical lines and lightweight elegance. And the main inspiration for her work is a straight line – the basic unit of geometry, length without extension, straight stretched between two points. Formed in space turns into an object.

On her site Agata states that the usability of the jewelry pieces is priority. After wearing each piece extensively I can vouch for this. Forms are light, delicate, and despite the strong geometrical shapes – comfortable and functional, with clear and raw simplicity. And best of all: budget friendly as well. A bracelet is around €55,- and a ring €35,-. You can find her online shop here, have fun browsing!