WHO: LUCY FOLK
WHERE: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
WHAT: JEWELLERY DESIGNER, TRANSLATING THINGS WE LOVE TO EAT INTO PIECES WE WANT TO WEAR
FFF LOVES… her pasta collection and wonderfully kitsch Prestzel Pendants dotted with diamond salt … delicious!
What are your staples?
James Perse long t-shirts, leggings, or high-waisted skirts, shirts, jackets, sneakers or sandals with my jewellery of course ! Comfort is the key for me (most of the time).
What are your indulgences?
Bags, like my new fave silver studded Sonia Rykiel blue number, shoes and fun colourful pieces that standout. Black is not for me
What can’t you live without?
Jewellery and colour.
What is past its use-by-date?
My holey Snoopy t-shirt that I got when I was in Venice and 6 years old that is hanging together by a few threads. Although I will never toss it out!
What is your wardrobe craving?
A clean out!
About Lucy Folk:
Lucy Folk’s childhood was spent behind the scenes of her father’s café where she made macaroni necklaces and hung cherries off her ears. After graduating with a major in Gold and Silver-smithing, she travelled to Berlin where she interned with Chicks on Speed before returning to Australia to launch her eponymous range of ‘wearable food.’ Lucy creates her pieces by electroplating tasty morsels like pasta and popcorn in fine layers of metal before casting them in solid silver and 18ct gold. Dubbed a “standout” by the New York Times, and recently nominated as ‘Accessory Designer of the Year’ by Marie Claire magazine, Lucy’s ‘bling’ pendants have been spotted on rapper Snoop Dogg and British singer Lily Allen, Lucy. Off duty, Lucy can be found exploring the globe, cooking up a storm, and kicking back with a Hendrick’s gin and tonic (with a slice of cucumber) to the sounds of MIA, Santigold and The Rolling Stones.