At first glance, Florence Tétier’s objects resemble strange exotic plants or sea creatures, spiky twisted whisps in acid colours and natural tones. In fact, they are accessories – hair ornaments, bangles, necklaces and earrings, described by their creator as ‘hybrid objects’. Quite the creative polymath, Paris-based Tétier is the founder and creative director of Novembre Magazine, contributing editor for Dazed Beauty and a teacher at several prestigious art colleges. All these projects are connected by Tétier’s distinctive aesthetic – a brand of anarchic, offhand chic which is at odds with more traditional, polished ideals of what constitutes glamour or luxury. Therefore it’s only fitting that her jewellery pieces start their life as unloved plastic objects with a short lifespan, plucked from pound shops and grocery stores by Tétier and re-cast into an altogether more luxurious role. Sculpting the melted materials into new assemblages, Tétier reconfigures them into covetable one-off pieces.