Three Hungarian designers who bring colors back to the winter days

Three Hungarian designers who bring colors back to the winter days

In the gloomy winter months, it’s worth adding a few colorful accessories to your wardrobe to brighten up your mood. We’re showcasing the work of three Hungarian designers whose pieces are guaranteed to brighten up even the coldest, grayest days.


Kinga Horányi is a truly pioneering goldsmith. Her creations of dazzling color and texture are made using precious metal foam casting technology. IKIIKI’s jewelry gets its cheerful vibe and vibrant colors from the application and sanding back of different colored paints, repeating the process as necessary.

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Adri Kovács, designer of Pleasure is pretty, draws inspiration from the ’80s and ’90s pop culture. The brand doesn’t follow any trends or expectations, the only rule is the bold embrace of originality. The designer’s main inspiration is the play with colors, which is reflected in every piece.

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Vengru’s leather bags and accessories also revolve around uniqueness and individuality. The design duo of Boglárka Szögi-Csomány and Tamás Faragó experiment with geometric shapes and color combinations in each collection in a daring and playful way, while their customers can add their own designs and personalize the basic pieces using a 3D design program.

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