Lore Segers Jewels stands for jewelry beyond the ordinary.
The accessories are created with an uncommon use of materials and have a design with a twist on what’s expected.
They have a confident design, are stripped to the essence and are surprising.
We find balance between sculptural and playful.
All pieces are handmade and undergo an unrepeatable gesture, therefor each of them is unique.
The jewels highlight the oxidation of several metals. A natural process which is basically the destruction of the metal through ageing.
What would take years/decades in natural circumstances, is manipulated to achieve these beautiful colors and textures within hours/days. Hence the name of the collection, Fast Forward.
In our first collections FF-originals & FF-2.0 each jewel contains an oxidised piece, contrasted with a second piece in the same metal, though in its known, polished appearance.
Our latest, Fast Forward Fusion provides elements, oxidised & polished, that are to be combined to your preference.
You are welcome to compose your own, unique jewel with these different pieces.
Or you can chose from a range of jewels we designed through the same system, fusing the components into earrings, bracelets, necklaces,…
The designer, Lore Segers, is a Belgian architect. While working on her internship she took classes to master the art of goldsmith. Her architectural background is visible in the geometrical, minimal designs.
She works with precious metals, as well as brass, copper and minerals. Also, she enjoys to explore the possibilities of new materials.
Besides architecture, she’s inspired by simplicity and nature.
All pieces are designed & handmade in the designer's workshop in Leuven, Belgium.
In november 2017 she was recognised as a certified craftswoman by FOD Economie, K.M.O. in Belgium.
Fairs I exhibitions I training
2019 february - Munich, GERMANY
2019 january - London, UNITED KINGDOM
2018 november - Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sieraad Art Fair
2018 oktober - UK
Publication editorial in Shuba Magazine
2018 september - Milan, ITALY
2018 august - Idar-Oberstein, GERMANY
Workshop Geological Experiences at International Summer Academy – Trier University of Applied Science Campus Gemstones & Jewellery
2018 july - Genk, BELGIUM
Summer exhibition at Art & Craft gallery Breed
2018 june - USA
Publication in summer edition of Belle Armoire Jewelry
2018 june - Frankfurt, GERMANY
New Designers at Tendence tradeshow
2018 june - Athens, GREECE
Mastered Live collaboration event - class of 2018
2018 may - London, UK
Makers at Pulse tradeshow
2018 april - Milan, ITALY
Din Design exhibition at Milan Design Week by Promotedesign.it
2018 march - Munich, GERMANY
Participation Internationale Handwerksmesse during Munich Jewelry Week
2018 februari - BELGIUM
Publication in De Morgen Magazine “Vormelijk schoon”
2018 - London, UK
Class of 2018 Accelerator Brands - Accessories at Mastered London
2017 december - BELGIUM
Publication in De Morgen Magazine edition “File Precious Metals”
2017 november - Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Sieraad Art Fair
2017 november - Groningen, THE NETHERLANDS
2017 september - Brussels, BELGIUM
Exhibition Windows of Opportunity by Flanders DC during Design September
2017 september - London, UK
Exhibiting at the Design Gallery during International Jewellery London
2017 may - BELGIUM
Sales through Decovry.com during Belgian Design Week
2017 april - Milan, ITALY
Din Design at Milan Design Week by Promotedesign.it
2017 march - BELGIUM
Launch online webshop
2017 march - BELGIUM
Launch Collection “Fast Forward”
2015/2017 - BELGIUM
Architect at Julezliving in Heist-op-den-Berg
2010 - Antwerp, BELGIUM
Workshop enameling at Syntra Campus Antwerp
2010/2015 - Leuven, BELGIUM
Architect at LAVA architecture office
2008/2010 - Brussels, BELGIUM
Internship at Architecture Office Jan Maenhout
2007/2011 - Antwerp, BELGIUM
Goldsmith-Jewelrydesigner at Syntra Campus Antwerp
2005/2007 - Brussels, BELGIUM
Master in Architecture at Sint-Lucas Brussels
2004/2005 - Milan, ITALY
Exchange semester at Politecnico di Milano
2002/2005 - Brussels, BELGIUM
Bachelor in Architecture at Sint-Lucas Brussels