Bohemian chic jewelry
Bohemian chic fashion has its roots in the bohemian culture of the 19th century, which was characterized by a rejection of traditional societal norms and an embrace of free-spirited, non-conformist lifestyles. This cultural movement was associated with artists, writers, and intellectuals, who often dressed in a distinctive, eclectic style that was inspired by ethnic and vintage clothing.
History of Bohemian Fashion
In the 1960s and 1970s, the bohemian style experienced a resurgence in popularity, as young people embraced the counterculture movement and the ideals of freedom and self-expression. This period saw the rise of hippie fashion, which was heavily influenced by bohemian style and featured flowing, loose-fitting clothing, natural fabrics, and ethnic-inspired accessories.
Bohemian chic fashion has continued to evolve and gain popularity over the years. Today, it is a highly sought-after style, particularly among people who want to embrace a more relaxed, effortless look that is still on-trend and fashionable.
About Anna Mazman
"As a jewelry designer, I am constantly inspired by the world around me. I've started working with jewelry as a vintage dealer and collector for vintage costume jewelry. Every time I was fascinated by various colors, techniques, and shapes. Vintage fashion, non-conformist artists, and museum exhibits are my true passion and fuel for the creation process. Each piece I create reflects my passion for individuality and self-expression.
One of my favorite things to work with is gemstone beads. The unpredictable mix of colors and shapes in each bead adds a unique and dynamic element to my designs. I love how the natural variations in the stones give each piece a one-of-a-kind feel, and I compliment natural colors.
I'm always experimenting with new ways to combine these beautiful beads and push the boundaries of traditional jewelry design. The result is a collection that is both timeless and modern and appeals to those who appreciate the beauty of natural materials and non-conformity.
Creating jewelry is more than just a job for me. It's a way to express myself and my love for the world of beauty, art, and timeless fashion." - Anna Mazman
Our customers tend to value self-expression, individuality, and a connection to nature. They have a free-spirited and carefree attitude, and are drawn to unique, vintage, and handmade clothing and accessories. They tend to prioritize comfort and functionality over trendiness, and often mix and match different pieces to create their own unique look. They also tend to be environmentally conscious and may prefer to shop from sustainable and ethically-made fashion brands. Our customers value authenticity and creativity over conformity.