“For instance, our ready-to-wear pieces are inspired by our experience. We translate it into tangible works of art and we believe that our bespoke pieces help our clients express meaning, for example when celebrating a special occasion,” Eileen explains. “We consider ourselves a storyteller first and a craftsperson, second,” adds Fabian, saying that the company works closely with custom clients to convey the right message in the design.
The pair works mostly with silver and gold but when it comes to design, each has a unique style.
Fabian’s creations are minimalistic but still carries a certain amount of intricacy while Eileen’s are more extravagant with an array of details.
To offer their clients abroad an engaging experience, the company is working to set up brick and mortar sales channels in countries like Australia and the United States. “This will tie in well with our curated experience for clients,” says Fabian, who only began making the products at a later stage of the business. “In the beginning, Eileen made the products and I would sell them. But at one point the demand was so high that I had to learn crafting them,” he recalls. He has not stopped making them since.