For Taru Harmaala Chaloff, goldsmith and Master of Arts, jewelry is a channel for self-expression. Her designs are often marked by personal experiences. The jewelry’s simple design language leaves room for the wearer’s imagination. Harmaala Chaloff is interested in the personal significances associated with the jewelry by the wearer. The wearer makes the jewelry whole by adding a personal story to it. When the wearer has a strong emotional bond to a piece of jewelry, it gives power.
“I got the inspiration for the Moonlit Eve collection when I remembered the darkening August nights and the glittering reflection of the moon on the water surface.”