Ethereal Accessories Inspired by Butterflies Delicately Flutter Against Your Skin – Design You Trust

Ethereal Accessories Inspired by Butterflies Delicately Flutter Against Your Skin


Wearing the ethereal creations of Derya Aksoy will make you feel like you’re living in a dream. Working under the name Jewelera, the Istanbul-based artist produces necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that are inspired by butterflies and moths. Each piece features clustered layers of their delicate wings that seemingly flutter against your skin.

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