As with every seasonal launch, there are a whole new raft of exquisite pieces to discover in Paloma. We’ve already covered some of the collection’s key looks here in our last blog post.

Now we’ve asked NAJO’s own Jo Tory to run us through her take on this very personal collection. In response, Jo shared this stunning photo of model Rose Freemantle adorned in the most sculptural, highly polished sterling silver pieces from Paloma.

“Worn together, these strong sterling silver designs speak to the soul of NAJO and the spirit of Paloma: timeless, irrepressible, unapologetic, and blissfully free,” says Jo.

“I want women to feel empowered to pull pieces that speak to them from Paloma, mix with their existing collection, and wear it all their own way for a highly personal style story,” she says.

“Even individually, these aren’t subtle pieces, however clean and minimalist the aesthetic.

“This is bold, robust jewellery and when layered together like this (a favourite style of mine) it’s adventurous and creative, yet still feminine and highly curated.”

Here are the pieces that make up this look, as worn from top:

The Round Redeem Earring comprises a stud fitting with a long post from which hangs a gently domed silver disc – beautifully large and so dynamic.

This matches back perfectly to the disc and fine collar design of the Redeem Necklace. Avoid any of that predictability of coordinated jewellery by adding edginess served up by a second (small) earring and a mass of chunky bangles and rings.

When it comes to bangles this season, it’s all about numbers. On the left arm, Jo has upsized our sure-to-be-classic Divina Bangle in a luxe triple stack. It makes the ultimate complement to the smooth polish of the Redeem collection.

The arm party underway on Rose’s right arm also features another Divina Bangle (you simply CAN’T have too many!) but here it’s flirting with a couple of Weeping Widow Bangles – set to be one of the season’s favourites – alongside the head-turning curves of the Undulate Bangle.

From wrists to fingers, we’re staying on theme with the Divina Ring, utterly simple and best worn in multiples. Add visual texture with the brilliantly asymmetrical Rivalry Ring.

This is Jo’s dream edit from Paloma, but what’s yours? Share it with us at #najojewellery.