We’ve got a new feature on Fridays, we call it Ladyloves. It’s very simple, we ask some ladies we love what they love right now. This week artist, Camille Walala shares her five favourite necklaces..
“I pretty much wear necklace every day. I love dressing up every morning and find colours, patterns and shapes to wear together. It’s the first creative step of the day 🙂 I used to share my studio with jewellery maker Eleanor Bolton and I was fascinated to see her stitching her rope together in a such accurate and skilled way – she is a perfectionist and really shows in her necklaces!”
I’ve got few of her neckaces in different colours, but my favourite is the fluoro red
I also shared my studio with Janine and I love her tribal/ futuristic pieces
I found this designer on Instagram and I love her handmade pattterned necklaces.
Another amazing designer that uses rope as material.
I love the whole collection but love this one the most, as this blue is one of my favourite colours.
I love the playfulness of this design..

Camille started her career as a textile designer, but now specialises in transforming spaces with her unmistakable blend of vibrant colour and pattern – you’ve probably stumbled past her Dream Come True building in Shoreditch and gasped in awe. Influenced by the work of the Memphis Group, South Africa’s Ndebele tribe and op-art pioneer Victor Vasarely, Camille’s clients include brands, ad agencies, festivals, schools and clubs. Check out more of her work here…