The beehive is considered to be one of the most mathematically beautiful architectural structures in nature. That helps explain our love for this 1960s French honeycomb lace, which we discovered in two variations: one from a wedding dress, and the other from a bridesmaid's dress. The geometric and asymmetrical designs reflect the style influences of Midcentury Modernism.
Circles also play a role in this collection. “I am attracted to the sensuality and the motion of the circle," says Monika Knutsson. "There is a flow to a circle, the new becomes the old, the old the new.” Made from iconic lace from 1960s France and 1970s USA, this relatively recent yet timeless jewelry speaks to us in the language of today.