Dominic Jones

Jeweller

Buckinghamshire-born jeweller Dominic Jones's 2009 debut collection titled Tooth and Nail was an instant success, gaining him industry acclaim including from American Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. Jones trained as a fine jeweller at the Sir John Cass School of Art and Design, mixing traditional techniques with contemporary design. His pieces–solid chunky gold and silver, with a punk twist–earned him the British Fashion Council NewGen award four times, and are worn by the likes of Rihanna, Alexa Chung, Florence Welch, Lou Doillon and Sienna Miller. In 2011, Jones was able to add ELLE Style Jewellery Designer of the Year to his achievements. Jones also collaborated with Lady Amanda Harlech on a jewellery line called Harlot & Bones.

In 2014, Jones took a hiatus, returning to the world of jewellery in 2016 as the creative director of Astley Clarke. In 2019, Jones became the creative director of Links of London.

Buckinghamshire-born jeweller Dominic Jones's 2009 debut collection titled Tooth and Nail was an instant success, gaining him industry acclaim including from American Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. Jones trained as a fine jeweller at the Sir John Cass School of Art and Design, mixing traditional techniques with contemporary design. His pieces–solid chunky gold and silver, with a punk twist–earned him the British Fashion Council NewGen award four times, and are worn by the likes of Rihanna, Alexa Chung, Florence Welch, Lou Doillon and Sienna Miller. In 2011, Jones was able to add ELLE Style Jewellery Designer of the Year to his achievements. Jones also collaborated with Lady Amanda Harlech on a jewellery line called Harlot & Bones.

In 2014, Jones took a hiatus, returning to the world of jewellery in 2016 as the creative director of Astley Clarke. In 2019, Jones became the creative director of Links of London.

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