“Maniamania might be one of the most-talked about accessories labels right now for good reason. The moody, beautiful and captivating designs are extension of their winsome creators.”
Maniamania jewellery is the creation of designers Melanie Kamsler and Tamila Purvis. With studios in Sydney and New York, their creative symbiosis is manifested with distinctive designs, using high-grade metals and ethically sourced diamonds and gemstones. The jewellery illustrates meticulous craftsmanship by their New York based artisan team.
We believe that the idea of adornment holds a personal significance and fine jewellery is the ultimate symbolic sentiment. Each piece holds a unique high-grade vibration, from the energy of the gemstones and metals. We work closely with our clients to create jewellery to cherish.
The pieces are notoriously grounded with intention, inimitable raw design, concepts and the esoteric. Described as “mystical adornment for modern times”, the ubiquitous label is prevalent with symbolic meaning, ancient and modern mysticism, the occult, symbology, astrology and the ultimate muses of times gone by. The collections are lovingly crafted from gold, gemstones and ethically sourced diamonds. Each piece being as personal, as they are prolific with symbolic meaning, making them feel alive and powerful to wear.
Hailing from editorial backgrounds, the pair created Commune, an online editorial platform showcasing collaborations with industry professionals, commentators and kindred spirits. Past collaborations have featured friends and muses, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Dree Hemingway, Julia Restoin Roitfeld and Lizzy Jagger, with creative interpretations manifesting in films and photography, pushing the boundaries with the use of techniques old and new. The topics of spirituality, mysticism and the esoteric are covered by editorial contributors, and represent the brand in the wider conversation.
Clientele include Lorde, Rihanna, Jemima Kirke, Erin Wasson, Cara Delevingne, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Alison Mosshart, Julia Restoin Roitfeld and the designs have been seen on HBO’s Girls, as well as the runways of New York and Sydney Fashion Weeks.