Having collaborated with the likes of Maison Mara, AKJP and Jackie Burger, Pichulik‘s latest partnership is with countrywide furniture retailer Weylandts. ‘When approached, we looked to Weylandts’ design DNA and their use of metallics, contemporary African lines and textures that are evocative of the Southern African landscape, and incorporated these elements into our designs through the use of bold silhouettes and beadwork accents,’ says Pichulik founder Katherine-Mary Pichulik.
Although it may seem an odd partnership, Weylandts has been branching out to include apparel in their products. Since 2013 it has stocked the TM Collection, Teresa Martins’ fashion label. The neutral tones and natural materials of Pichulik’s neckpieces and bracelets are a perfect fit for these understated garments.
Branching away from their signature bright colours, the pieces Pichulik has chosen for Weylandts echoes its just-launched Harvest range for summer. And, in addition to typically bold pieces, the jewellery brand has added delicate neckpieces that can be worn either as a high-collar choker or a long pendant.
Currently, the Pichulik Capsule Collection is available from Weylandts in Green Point and is set to launch in Gauteng in the next few months. Each piece will be exclusively made to order and can be viewed on the Weylandts’ website or in the Green Point store.