BUNNEY jewelry is set to release its first year book next month, taking a deep dive into the celebrated contemporary jewelry and accessories label’s work.
Bound in the brand’s distinctive “BUNNEY Grey” cloth, Grey Pages No. 1 gives an insight into the company’s work spaces, key pieces and collections, as well as the inspiration and ethos that runs through them and the wider BUNNEY brand.
From bracelets, necklaces, charms and rings, to studs and badges crafted from precious metals, and finally to distinctive pieces created with Globe-Trotter, Peanuts and Vespa, the photographer Derek Ridgers, and Lewis Leather, readers and fans of the brand can see the diverse experience, the versatility, and the skills of the trade that go into the BUNNEY product.
A long, contemplative look at the past year in BUNNEY life, Grey Pages No. 1 is printed and hardcover bound in Italy and, at 208 pages, it’s the perfect Sunday afternoon read. Coming August 2016.
Until then, have a look at BUNNEY’s take on Converse’s Jack Purcell.
- Art Direction: Rupert Smyth Studio
- Publication Date: August 2016
- Format: Hardcover, cloth-bound
- Publisher: Bunney
- Size: 17 x 12.5cm
- Pages: 208
- Printed: Italy
- Photography: Edward Chiu