I have been a fan of Momocreatura jewellery for a few years now. I first saw the unique designs in the Shoreditch boutique, Luna & Curious. Luna & Curious is a really cool store who always have interesting and beautiful items by really cool designers and artists.

momocreatura bear

I have a necklace by Momocreatura and I love it, it’s a bear hanging in chains and when I’m not sure what to wear, I wear the bear! I have been meaning to write this post for a while, as I really want to tell you all a little more about Momocreatura and the designer behind the brand!

Momoko was born and raised in Kyoto, Japan. Kyoto is the cultural heart of Japan, rich with japanese history and heritage. She studied art here and then moved to Tokyo to study jewellery design. She worked as a jewellery designer in Tokyo for a few years before heading to London to do an MA in jewellery design at Central Saint Martins.

momocreatura jewellery - fashionforlunch

As a child Momoko spent hours and hours emerging herself in books; Fairy tales, myths and fantasy. These stories inspire her work, as does both Japanese and European culture. Her work is macabre yet playful, with childhood references. Each piece is intricately handcrafted like a miniature sculpture in her London studio and sold directly to her customers online or in some of the worlds coolest boutiques. Alexa Chung is a fan and Momocreatura has been featured in publications like Vogue, Grazia & Sunday Times Style.

momocreatura jewellery - fashion for lunch

Momocreatura is a cool designer, her dark yet whimsical pieces are intricate and unusual. I’m a massive fan of hers and I’m so excited to share these photos of her work with you all!

What do you think of Momocreatura jewellery?

momocreatura rabbit - fashion for lunch



  1. June 21, 2014 / 5:02 pm

    These are truly amazing! I work in Jewellery myself so have a huge passion/obsession with it! It’s so cool to see fine jewellery pieces that are our of the ordinary, will definitely be checking out her pieces! xxx

  2. June 22, 2014 / 12:10 pm

    I love the chained bear necklace, a very cool piece!

  3. June 22, 2014 / 5:54 pm

    I like the concepts but shot/hung animals are too much for my taste. 🙁

  4. Morgan Etoile
    June 23, 2014 / 8:01 pm

    Although the subject matter is a bit too dark for me, I appreciate the craftsmanship and uniqueness of these pieces. Nice post & thank you for liking my recent Chanel Bow Sunglasses post!

    Morgan Etoile

  5. Alexander Brookfield
    July 10, 2016 / 2:26 am

    This is sick and cruel beyond belief as if there isn’t enough animal cruelty without this kind of retarded and wicked stuff going on you should all be ashamed of yourselves especially whomever is responsible for the idea in the first place. And the ones responsible for making this crap you are not craftsmen so don’t kid yourself.