Their first collections emanated an earthly, magical, almost shamanic energy. Full-sized horns adorned with polymer clay sticks evoked images of a witchcraft ritual, giving birth to the brand's name—Wildhorn.
Today, Wildhorn’s jewelry is less eccentric yet remains authentic as ever. The designers use blued steel and water-hardened leather, boiling the leather pieces to make them fit perfectly. This very technique was historically used to strengthen armor. Nowadays, few craftsmen practice this technique, especially in the jewelry industry.
Wildhorn’s pieces look like hunting trophies with a suede jacket, intriguing with a bodycon dress, and daring when paired with a flowing shirt.