« Sou Brette was conceived in 2005 by Muqliza Imroni, in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Inspirations for Sou Brette grow out of everything and find their way into Muqliza’s senses. What she sees, hears, feels, and touches are then translated into an intimate yet tangible recognition of these abstract reverie.
She believes a piece of jewellery is timeless and protean. Whether the person is just starting to bloom or getting along in years, going for lunch with friends or out to an evening dance, a piece of jewellery will find its way in.
Currently 24 years of age, Muqliza has been working independently and collectively in a multitude of media: fashion, illustration, textile, to name a few. Despite this collection of interests, her distinctively bizarre, eclectic, and self-indulgent touches have been consistently evident. »
« Sou Brette’s newest collection, Runic, was inspired by tales of an apocalyptic future. Narratives so destructive that color had become a memory of the past. Most of the materials used in Runic were drawn by that concept: cotton ropes, polished metal, safety pins, and Sou Brette’s staple element, resin.
Runic is meant to symbolize humanity’s desire to make the best out of any situation, to embody the beauty in despair, and to empower the beauty from within. The future is ancient. »
« Puramis » necklace
‘Plus ça change ‘ necklace- Pinifix plastic cross with encased safety pins on metal chain necklace
‘Triple Puramis’ – plastic, silver and fabric choker
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