Hair Jewellery to Covet and Collect

An assortment of the choicest hair jewellery in pictures
Misho's hair jewellery in vibrant gold
Misho's hair jewellery in vibrant gold

Hair jewellery goes from functional accessory to chic adornment in the hands of jewellery designers, who imbue even the most practical pieces with an easy elegance. Barrettes, hair clips and jewelled pins in sleek shapes are a relaxed way to upgrade your look, spelling the end of bad hair days once and for all. 

The above picture is Deborah Pagani’s hair pins in gold, rose, silver and black. Hair pins have come a long way since the bobby pins of old, disguised in the hair – no longer something to hide, they are now carefully considered and made to be shown off. Deborah Pagani’s Dp Pin comes in gold, rose, silver or black. Strong enough to hold a thick head of hair and chic enough for an evening chignon, these gleaming pieces are as pretty as they are practical.

Hair jewellery is fun in the hands of Alison Chemla of Alison Lou, who builds on last year’s heart jelly clips with a colourful new collection. The Cocktail Hair Barrette laces candy-coloured crystal gemstones in enamel for a bold take on the trend which will take you through the festive season and beyond.

Valentina Giammarco brings a brilliantly bold psychedelic edge to her newest collection of hair jewellery, which draws curving shapes in fabrics more commonly associated with couture, such as tulle and crinoline. Whether in pastel, neon, or any shade in between, these pieces will bring a fun edge to everyday attire. 

South Korean jewellery brand S_S.IL has mastered the art of minimalist and wearable jewellery, an ethos they have now extended to their first hair jewellery collection. Barrettes, headbands and scrunchies weave patterns of gold, silver and pearls into pieces which will add a dressed-up edge to basics. Wear a few at a time for maximum impact.

Julietta use upcycled vintage fabrics for hair jewellery both sustainable and fun, with materials including Celine scarves and vivid cabochons. Available in a plethora of bright colours and cast in playfully oversized silhouettes, this is jewellery to get your head around.

Pearl jewellery brand Assael play with sculptural silhouettes in the Bubbles by Sean Gilson collection, with this hair jewellery piece making an offbeat way to bring a pearly luminescence to your look.

Sculptural forms unite with sensual references in the hands of New York-based jewellery brand Agmes, who draw on surreal motifs in their offbeat collection of hair jewellery, perfectly encapsulated in the Dali hair clip in sterling silver.


Elahanti have collaborated with fashion brand Khaite on a six-piece collection which infuses minimalist forms with a Scandi cool. Pieces, which encompass belts, brooches, a barette and a pair of earrings, are crafted from 24-carat gold-coated silver and playfully rethink traditional latticework in a nod to chic Art Deco design codes.

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