Mirit Weinstock Jewelry Brand

The Mirit Weinstock Jewelry brand was launched at Colette in Paris in 2010. My modern approach to jewelry-making and bold material combinations won me international recognition, with pieces from my collections carried at top boutiques worldwide.

I have been the creative director of my brand since launching.
As well as designing the collection, I am responsible for the brand's vision, including fashion photography and all creative content.

ROLE

Creative director

CLIENT

Mirit Weinstock Jewelry

YEAR

2010-present

SS 2021 Collection

SS 2021 Collection

GLENFIDDICH

To celebrate the launch of Glenfiddich's new whiskey - Grande Couronne, they invited me to create a pendant to be hung on a chain around the neck of the Grande Couronne bottle and a Furoshiki wrapping for the bottle’s box.

The Jewelry: Inspired by the beautiful filigree on the bottle and by the landscape of Israel I designed a palm leaves necklace in silver, gold and rose gold.
The Furoshiki: A Furoshiki is a square piece of cloth used for traditional Japanese wrapping. I designed a Furoshiki cloth in harmony with the box design adding a luxurious addition to the product that reflected Glenfiddich commitment to sustainability and luxury. I was in charge of producing a limited edition of Furushiki clothes in Kyoto's 500-year-old Furushiki factory in a traditional manner.

ROLE

Jewelry & Packaging design

CLIENT

Glenfiddich Whiskey

YEAR

2021

Bat-Sheva Dance Company Costume design

For the dance work "Furo" by Ohad Naharin and the Japanese artist Tabaimo, I designed the costumes for the female dancers.

ROLE

Costume design

CLIENT

Bat-Sheva Dance Company

YEAR

2008