Stephanie Chloe Bila is a London based jewellery designer who graduated from Central Saint Martins.
She was awarded a Scholorship from the Cologni Foundation to study a Masters in Applied Arts and Design with Richemont in Milan. During her Masters she participated in various design projects with Van Cleef and Arpels, Vacheron Constantin, Jaeger Le Coultre and many of the group's prestigious maisons. She is currently the Jewellery Designer for Shanghai Tang, Hong Kong.
Her Central Saint Martins graduate collection 'The Human Body as a Site for Intervention' received a SWAROVSKI scholarship and was nominated second prize for the Boodles Award, judged by Shaun Leane and Theo Fennel.
She was selected as a Bright Young Gem in 2012 by a panel of industry experts and her work was showcased at International Jewellery London.
Her work focuses on form and structure with inspiration drawn from a variety of sources such as evolution, anatomy and architecture. Utilising a broad range of materials such as metal, Bendywood, cane and SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS, she continues to explore jewellery beyond its traditional conventions.
The image on the left was photographed by Javier Barcala, La Fortuna Studio.