Eva Fehren

“I really hope that the women who wear my jewellery feel stronger with it on,” says Eva Zuckerman Fehren, the New York jewellery designer who creates delicately crafted yet bold designs under the Eva Fehren label. 

Eva, who studied Fine Arts at New York’s Cooper Union, was born and raised in the buzzing city. Indeed, Gotham is woven into her designs, with the city’s geometric urban patterns and iconic architecture all traceable in her work. “I’m driven by the energy of New York City...and the juxtaposition of grit and grandiose beauty,” says Eva, adding that she’s drawn to unexpected stones that evoke the city’s hard edge, particularly diamonds whose flaws lead them to “look like cement"

Background story

About the designer

Indeed, distressed grey diamonds lend an element of intrigue to her designs’ clean lines, such as the smoky grey, rose cut diamond that glows in the FIA Ring, crafted in blackened white gold. Custom-cut geometric white diamonds, moonstone, and opaque sapphires also make an appearance in Eva’s creations, which she fashions in platinum and 18k yellow, rose, and blackened white gold

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contemporary designers


Every designer we showcase at Auverture has a signature, defined by the recognisable style and knowledge that sets them apart from the rest


We believe jewellery tells a story, not just about your style but about who you are. That’s why our curators build collections that speak to the past, present and future of influential design


Creating jewellery is an artform and we’re committed to celebrating that. Each piece we curate is technically exceptional, crafted with expertise, skill and creativity


As a platform looking to the future, it’s important that all of our designers align with our eco-conscious mission. As a result, the pieces we curate are always purposeful and always ethical


Why we curated this designer

Another of the designer’s signatures are her X Rings. These graphic rings are composed of two bands fused together to create an “X,” silhouette, embellished with stones such as black and white diamonds, their colour inspired by television static. Eva says that the X Ring embraces “the concept of complete symmetry,” in a design that’s “minimal, effortless, and elegant.” 

In tandem with her jewellery design, Eva expresses her creativity through painting, telling Domino that her work in this medium is “gestural and instinctual,” in contrast to her jewellery’s “precise and minimal” qualities. That said, she adds that both her painting and jewellery are “graphic and monochromatic, and they evolve side by side. I would not be able to do one without the other,” she muses