Jewellery components fuse the natural and the artificial. Constructions are graphic, pairings are bold, with combinations of wood and coloured resin. Transparent beads allow glimpses of striped, ultra-coloured ribbons in simplified compositions. Crystals seek out fuller, less translucent colours; the ornament complements the density of the colour. Asymmetry continues to be present, with earrings that have enamel only on one side, necklaces where rhinestones are only used as graphic punctuation. Trimmings in strips of cotton and linen are brightened by acid-coloured beads, leading bohemian styles towards a more sparkling finish. Metals are subtly shiny, lightly hammered to evoke slightly shimmering surfaces.