I’m Carolina Cohen, a Brazilian Jewellery Designer from Rio de Janeiro, living in London for the past 3 years. I have a BA in Fashion Design and an MA in Jewellery Design by Central Saint Martins, where I developed the collection Ginga.
Ginga, deriving from the Brazilian expression ‘something that comes from the soul of the Brazilian, a movement, and creativity with the body’. It’s a way to move. Brazilian culture is famous for appreciating the female body as its natural form. It celebrates the nude in many ways as sensual as it can be.
Built from the pillars fluidity, sensuality and empowerment, this jewellery collection promotes the unique beauty each woman possesses, enabling wearers to feel confident and sensual.
The collection consists of fine jewellery pieces composed of over-arching and sensually curved lines fitted with unique cut gemstones. The forms were achieved by searching for lightness in big volumes when translating the natural sensuality of body curves into jewellery.