Is this the coolest jewelry brand around? Dua Lipa seems to think so

Bea Bongiasca’s colourful designs have captured Dua’s attention

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We're big fans of jewelry - from sustainable jewelry brands to the popular Missoma rings (and the Missoma advent calendar). And now we have another brand to add to our faves list - Bea Bongiasca.

Like mini pieces of art, Bea Bongiasca’s latest jewelry collection is made up of an array of playfully fun pieces that are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Swerving standard gold and silver finishes, she’s chosen bold, primary coloured enamels and the brightest of gemstones throughout her latest quirky You Are So Vine! collection. 

Mini tendril rings come in a variety of rainbow shades, each with a clashing peridot, amethyst or topaz gemstone, while the two tone earrings are some of the cutest we’ve ever seen.

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Bea Bongiasca at Net-a-Porter | From $382

Loved by many celebrities, these bold jewelry pieces are great additions to any collection!

And it looks like Dua Lipa agrees. We’ve spotted her out wearing Bea’s designs not once but seven times now. Teasing us with a selfie, Dua managed to get her hands on the squiggle shaped two tone earrings before they’d even hit stores, choosing to adorn her earlobes with two pairs of the cute earrings. 

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She also has at least four of the tendril rings in shades ranging from coral pink, red, yellow and blue as well as the amazing lucky flower choker. Lucky for us, Bea’s designs are currently in stock in stores across the globe as well as directly from her website. What are you waiting for?

Lydia Swinscoe
Lydia Swinscoe

Lydia is Lifestyle News Editor at My Imperfect Life.


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Before joining My Imperfect Life Lydia headed up the fashion & beauty print team at Now, and worked as Fashion & Beauty Editor at Top of the Pops magazine where she interviewed and styled some of the world's biggest pop acts, from Taylor Swift and Little Mix to Demi Lovato and One Direction.