Mix and match the pieces from Wempe’s expressive new collection, Playlist by Kim.
The avant-garde line offers a casual mix of shapes, cuts and settings, so wearers can compose their own perfect mix.
German-born Wempe defies established beauty rules with an ensemble of contrasting materials, colors and shapes, playfully mixing and matching 18K rose, white and black rhodium-plated gold in its eclectic new collection. Aft er over a year of development, head of the company Kim-Eva Wempe and her team have finally unveiled Playlist by Kim.
Much like the unpredictable fusion of genres and songs that make up an individual’s music taste, Playlist by Kim is meant to be collected and spontaneously combined to express the wearer’s personality and mood. Featuring a total of 28 rings, two bangles, one bracelet and two sets of hoop earrings, the possibilities are endless. “For Playlist By Kim, we let ourselves be guided by this free spirit, and we translate it into modern pieces of jewelry,” says Fatima Massalme, Wempe’s brand manager for jewelry and gemstones.
From top: 18K rose gold ring; 18K white gold ring with one baguette-cut diamond; 18K rose gold ring with 16 brilliant-cut diamonds; 18K white gold ring with 47 brilliant-cut diamonds; 18K white gold rhodium-plated black ring; 18K white gold ring.
The primary focus is on rings, which can be worn on chains as pendants, stacked together or on their own. Each exudes a completely different vibe, from minimalist, chic bands to opulent, diamond-encrusted shapes, so wearers composes their own semblance. Fit them together like puzzle pieces or clash defiant shapes to achieve a complex look. The choice is yours.
The contrast of soft, nebulous forms like circles and ovals with geometric figures like triangles and nonagons makes this collection truly diverse and rebellious. Evoking a plethora of emotions and representing individuality, Playlist by Kim is a truly dynamic collection made for free spirits and nonconformists. 700 Fifth Ave.