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Hannah Martin's latest campaign features artist Agustina Ruiz of the band Los Bitchos, captured by Stewart Baxter.

Collection available now at the showroom and on hannahmartinlondon.com

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SUMMER CAMPAIGN

HANNAH MARTIN
IN PHILLIPS

Vivienne Becker features Hannah Martin in the latest article on 'Woman to Woman' exhibition, where she talks about Jewels, Power, and Gender Fluidity.

"Hannah Martin has always put gender fluidity or as she calls it, “shades of gender,” at the heart of her work.

'The conversation about gender has grown beyond recognition in the last five years. I never did it for political reasons, I genuinely didn’t understand why jewellery couldn’t work for both men and women.' she says.

Her distinctive, monumental, bold gold jewels, including the Possession bangle in Woman to Woman, have questioned the gender bias, just as her Ring of Fire challenges long-held traditions and associations of the diamond ring."

Discover the private sales exhibition 'Woman to Woman' organised jointly by Phillips Flawless Paul Redmayne-Mourad and Vivarium by Vivienne Becker. The 4-week event opens in Hong Kong till 31st May.

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We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Phillips auction house in their inaugural private sales exhibition organised jointly by Flawless and Vivarium by Vivienne Becker. A first of its kind, the 4-week event is now open in Hong Kong till 31st May.

"London-based goldsmith Hannah Martin and her latest, punk-inspired collection,called Act of Rebellion. A theme so perfectly capturing our moment in time, adding yet another layer of richness and rebellion, reverence, and revolution to the ongoing story of Woman to Woman, the female voice and vision shaping our ever-changing, ever-fascinating world of jewels."

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Telegraph
MAD LOVE

Sarah Royce-Greensill features #MadLove in Telegraph.

"Renowned for her rock'n'roll take on fine jewellery, London-based Hannah Martin is a name to know for brides who don't do cutesy. Her For Lovers collection is full of cleverly conceived, expertly crafted rings that are both pared back and full of interesting design details.

The Bond features dual knife-edge 18kt gold bands, fused by a 0.8ct bezel-set brilliant-cut diamond. If your budget stretches even further, check out The Beat in gold, with a pear-shaped diamond flanked by graduating curves of gold - what alternative engagement ring dreams are made of."

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LYMITED

The Lymited Blog features interview with Hannah Martin.

"It’s impossible not to be drawn in by the world that Martin creates, an emotional sucker punch of design that couldn’t be more relevant for right now.

Here, we talk more about where Martin gets her kicks, her dedication to jewellery that transcends gender and generations, and her take on new luxury to lift the everyday mood."

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BRITISH VOGUE
MAD LOVE

Melanie Grant features #MadLove in British Vogue.

"In the west, the size of the rock is now secondary to design because taste has become the ultimate expression of art and culture. Flashing an enormous solitaire seems dull compared with wowing friends and family with cutting-edge design. Many do bridal but not all do it well, and concierges are expert at navigating through a sea of middling jewellery. The likes of Hannah Martin, Ming Lampson and Tomasz Donocik in the UK, and James de Givenchy of Taffin, Maggi Simpkins and Catherine Sarr in the US are just some of the independent designers with private ateliers that a concierge might introduce a couple to. Instagram has widened our taste for the experimental but the ring has a lot of work to do, and professional help is often called for to stay on track."

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Hannah Silver features #MadLove in Wallpaper*.

"By expanding the focus from engagement to a more general celebration of love, Martin was able to create a collection which stayed faithful to her sculptural design aesthetic.

'I called the pieces ‘Rings For Lovers’ and I think the shift in concept also created a shift in design. They aren’t designed for a specific gender, or a specific occasion. They are symbols of an enduring emotion, a commitment – but that commitment can be whatever those involved choose it to be. I hope that the designs reflect this. That being said, I will of course be delighted for them to be used as engagement rings.' - Hannah Martin"

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'Love is everything we said it wasn't' – Charles Bukowski

Mad Love is Hannah Martin's latest collection of rings for lovers.

"These are rings with which to make a pact, a promise with your lover(s), in whichever form you so desire. Mad Love has not been designed for a specific gender, or for any particular type of relationship arrangement. I will be delighted for people to use these pieces as engagement rings, but equally this is not the only way to show a lasting commitment."

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To mark the launch of this collection, Hannah Martin invited Johnny Hostile to collaborate with her on a curation of his extraordinary photographs.

The exhibition is now open to view virtually, until Tuesday 16th February.

A physical show expanding on this theme will follow later in the year.
Johnny Hostile is a musician, producer, photographer and blacksmith.

British Vogue

Rachel Garrahan features Unchained Warrior Threesome Cuff from #ANewActOfRebellion in British Vogue.

"We all need to face this crazy world with some form of armour," agrees jeweller Hannah Martin, whose pieces offer the wearer a sense of emotional protection.

When creating her latest collection, A New Act of Rebellion, she imagined a Mad Max-style army lashing found chains or bolts to their wrists in an act of courage and empowerment."

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Hannah Martin's latest campaign is shot by Anthony Byrne, featuring Peaky Blinders' Paul Anderson wearing #ANewActOfRebellion.

"Paul is amazing and has such intense energy it's mesmerising. Anthony and Paul just work intuitively together, you can see the unspoken understanding between them. We had a blast in the sun at a local meat market and the pictures just made themselves." Hannah Martin.

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Vanity Fair

Melanie Grant does a profile on Hannah Martin for Vanity Fair’s Watches & Jewellery.

"Martin operates beyond the obvious trends.

She has a powerful message with an edgy cool that her collectors are keen to buy into."

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'With the collection #ANewActOfRebellion, I am trying to capture that moment when it is just you, your body, your undiluted feeling. That split second of pure abandon when you could explode with sensation.

Perhaps it’s in a mosh pit, dripping in yours and others sweat, eardrums bombarded, floating in the density of a pummelling crowd. Perhaps it’s in bed, or otherwise, with a lover. Perhaps it is with your foot on the accelerator and an empty road ahead of you. Whenever it hits, it is euphoric. It is the vital essence of being alive.

A moment of purity is an act of rebellion.'

- Hannah Martin

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Rachel Garrahan features #ANewActOfRebellion in British Vogue.

"Strength and insurrection have always been themes at the heart of Hannah Martin’s jewellery, and never more so than in her latest collection, “A New Act of Rebellion”. Punk design codes such as the safety pin and chain are reimagined in a powerful collection that celebrates breaking free from convention and losing one’s self in the moment."

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Financial Times
How To Spend It

Vivienne Becker features #ANewActOfRebellion in Financial Times How To Spend It.

"In her A New Act of Rebellion collection, designer-jeweller Hannah Martin gives the chain a punk edge in massively oversized interlocking chain-link bangles that double as table sculptures.

Her current designs are based on heavy, industrial steel chains, the kind you find padlocked to gates, and the necklaces jumble different links and tones of gold, hung with safety-pin pendants, to recreate the thrown-together aesthetic of punk jewellery."

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The Economist
1843 Magazine

Melanie Grant features #ANewActOfRebellion in The Economist 1843 Magazine.

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Solitaire Magazine

Smitha Sadanandan features #ANewActOfRebellion in Solitaire.

London-based Hannah Martin’s latest collection – A New Act Of Rebellion – is a call to arms, if you will. Safety pins and hardware essentials have inspired the designs that feed into the idea of the “DIY punk feel” of the collection, which is rife with references to rebellion.

Martin’s vision of a “battle dress” comprises a 25-piece collection made from 18K gold, in all colours, but predominantly yellow. Carved malachite and ebony as accents form a statement about how we view luxury and jewellery.

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