Michelle Jank’s a designer of many things, including jewellery, as is obvious here. Her creativity absolutely flows out of her and zi often feel inspired and encouraged by her style. I’m also chuffed to see successful Australians living in Paris and her presence here.
OMG she pulls it off so well as it she wasn't wearing a tonne of rhinestone. If i did that I'd look like I was dressed up for Halloween as a fortune teller. Maybe it's becasue she doesn't have dark features.
Your selects are continuously and instantly amazing. I have to say that I love almost all that you "see". The jewelery here is fantastic – Navajo/Nepal(ese) and what looks like sea anemones are so fresh 70's.
She glows!! I love the colors, the way her complexion matches her jewelry, the jewelry itself, that ring!, the lighting. The sun is out and birds chirping here in Chicago, and this lovely glow makes it feel all the more springy. Although, how beautiful would she be just the same against a mountain of snow glistening in the sun. She's perfect!
Iâ€™m in love with her abundance of sparkle â€“ She wears it well. I wish I could see the rest of her outfit. Did she go simple and clean or is it just as extravagant as her accessories? Her blond hair swept up and away and her simple make up helps her pull off this look. Her trench with its delicate details is great. When are you going to catch me?
Sometimes the "white noise" approach to something (in this case, jewelry) works, but that just looks like she's wearing every piece of costume jewelry she owns. I wonder what it looks like without the coat on. Sorry – just not feeling it. Of course, she's a beautiful girl and could prob. wear a dead cat around her neck and look good……….
It seems superfluous, but this really is like a shaft of light in the dungeon of winter. So beautiful. Personally, as I have exactly this colouring, I've honed in on her eyebrows to see what she's done with them. Mine are invisible without eyebrow pencil and I'm always wondering about whether to go with a greyish tone or a brownish tone. Looks like she's gone with the brown. The things we worry about! Anyway, love the jewels, love the 'don't care what you think' attitude, love the serenity. That ethereal light! How do you do that?
This is a beautiful example of individual self-expression via personal wardrobe choices. her jewelry makes me want to know more about her because it is so interesting. I wonder if she bought those ethnic pieces while travelling to fascinating places.
Demure meets extravagant! Nordic priestess meets Africa Adorned! The turquoise rocks that rock! Is this Michelle Jank, the designer from Perth? She is just as beautiful as the clothes she makes. I wish I could afford them.
Those earrings are magnificent. Love the touch of turquoise with the mustard and sparkle. The earring has been a bit forgotten lately, losing ground to the ubiquitous long necklace. Nice to see these with such drama for day.
Beautiful balance between minimalism and excess — simple, subdued clothing juxtaposed against a riot of jewelry (mixing modern and ethnic/antique styles), opposites in texture and color that create an arresting visual harmony. It reminds me of the paintings of Gustav Klimt, with those sweeping lines broken up by bits of intricate detail.
I love how the color palette is so extraordinarily thoughtful — the matte, grayish scarf picks up the coolness of the steel/silver/white/pearl jewelry tones, while the slightly yellowish tan of the coat makes the warm-toned buttons and coral-orange/turquoise-blue stones pop.
Combining paste (?) and semi-precious stones with silver hand-crafted pieces looks fresh here. A clutter of expensive, showy precious stone pieces would have come across as vulgar and obnoxious.
The fact that she chose a classic trench with those unusually-colored and shaped buttons is genius. As small a detail as it is, it pulls the whole look together.
I have to say, i kind of feel like i'm in an alternate reality, where someone descided it's cute to look like a high-end baglady. don't get me wrong, the peices(and the woman) are lovely; but, all together it's just too, too, too darn much.
The jewelry could have gone so wrong so easily, but it is just so right! The ring, absolutely stunning, and if it was her design, I'm going to have to get her number! Wonderful outfit, very intreagued to see the rest!
this is michelle jank. she is a desinger and makes her own jellery. not sure about the rings but the necklace and earrings look like something she would make. she's amazing!! and she's actually Australian.
Some people have the gift to coordinate this much ..some simply dont….. Less is always less… more is always more…. its chic its fun…i cant understand..when did we get so basic..so minimalist …. so black and white…. it bores me to the bones sometimes … this website is enlightenment…..some may say.. its kinda out of reality… but reality is a particular world….. why would you die for another peoples world… when u didnt even try living yours……
I know it sounds strange but the first thing I thought when I saw this woman is she must be Australian. Maybe it's that beautifully open, sun-kissed face, but something about her just seems quintessentially Antipodean…