The Nepali jewellery designer that'll help you relive your childhood
Calling all '90s kids
Fun, off-kilter and delectably crafty, think of Arpana Rayamajhi's jewellery as straight out of your childhood beading kit — only better
WHO: Model, jewellery designer and Nepal native Arpana Rayamajhi launched her eponymous accessories line in 2014. Currently residing in New York City, Rayamajhi draws on her culture and tongue-in-cheek personal style in each quirky, handmade piece.
WHAT: Vibrant tasselled, beaded necklaces and layered metal bracelets. Riffing off her interests and hobbies such as her teenage love for heavy metal, the latest collection of beaded friendship-bracelets-turned-chokers are a '90s kids' dream — best paired with matching shoulder-dusters and served up with a side of attitude.