Sprezzatura

Infused with a deep sense of drama, this highly unusual collection is inspired by the renaissance term sprezzatura, coined by 16th Century writer Baldassare Castiglione, to describe a kind of graceful restraint that concealed extraordinary art behind a veil of nonchalance. Huffy interprets this delightful Italian concept in a series of wearable micro-sculptures that feel so elemental, they could easily occur in nature.

Rendered in precious woods and yellow gold, their curvaceous forms are so reminiscent of delicate tree formations, you can scarcely believe they've been touched by a human hand. And that's exactly what makes them so brilliant.