Amélie Riech is the mind behind jewellery label uncommon matters. Her wearable architectures are engineered for elegance while embracing artisanal methods. Trained as an architect, holding a diploma in fashion design, and growing up between Paris and Berlin, Riech is adept at spanning worlds.
In Paris, Riech established herself as an editor, stylist and consultant for international publications and fashion brands. She originally founded uncommon matters as a platform for her personal artistic endeavors.
Yolandé Gouws is a South African artist and founder of the exhibition series HOT MESS. Her poetic paintings, sculptures and installations reference weaving and architecture, reminding us of the origins of culture in crafting and the interconnectedness of all things, from single threads to the multiverse.
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