The accessories brand is well-known for its bold, brave, and brightly coloured gems and neck pieces, and Pichulik inspires again this season. However, its spring/summer collection is swinging into a different direction. Shapes are softer, more subtle, and “reminiscent of influential 20th century sculptor Constantin Brâncuși, whose bronze and marble works are celebrated for their simple forms and exquisite finishing that beg to be touched”, according to brand.
There’s also a clothing collection called Pichulik by Nadya von Stein, which echoes feminine colours and textures of the accessories, in particular the use of hand-dyed hemp. Included, too, is a limited edition range of hats and bags. Four espadrille styles, in collaboration with Cape-based brand Espadril, results in a collection worth delicately packing into a vintage case and taking along on a desert adventure.
The collection is available online and at Pichulik stores at the V&A Watershed and AKJP Collective.