VDF products fair: the 002-Slim Cuffs by jewellery brand Nyyukin are intended to offer wearers a timeless design while also encouraging them "to be playful or experimental".
The 002-Slim Cuffs comprise two different layers – a polished base structure and an interchangeable, decorative inlay – which are made using 3D-printing technologies and designed to be mix-and-matched.
Nyyukin's intention for the range is for it to defy trends and offer wearers a piece of jewellery that can be worn throughout the day and adapted to suit different outfits or events.
"There's usually two categories of jewellery: the timeless classics and the in-the-now pieces," explained co-founder of Nyyukin Vera Henco. "You always had to make a choice."
"We wanted to create something that is timeless and long-lasting while still letting you be playful or experimental."
The base of the bracelet, called Character, is made from durable, lightweight titanium. It is available in three different finishes, and the characteristics of the material ensures the bracelet cannot be bent, so that it can continually hold the inlays.
The inlays, which are named Moment, are made from a type of polyamide plastic available in 12 different colours. These are made with either a studded texture or a smooth minimalist, understated version.