Innovative, captivating and mysterious jewellery designed from Ming Song's two great love: contemporary and chromatism. Whether it is the most refined and precious Haute joaillerie, with evident references to contemporary art or an innovative high-end jewellery.
Dennis Song, a designer with extensive working experience in the world's leading jewellery brands, founded his Ming Song Haute Joaillerie, a high-end jewellery brand in Paris in 2017 to offer a new idea of luxury that brings the wild and untamed passion of spirit to sumptuous jewellery. With its seven one-of-a-kind signature pieces, he is crafting his own treasured memories through the jewellery he is creating. The unexpected combination of various designs brought together thanks to his techniques. Dennis Song jewellery design does not matter the structure of the jewellery itself, the inlay of the main stone or the overall colour of the jewellery, it all reveals the wild and untamed passion of a male high-end jewellery designer. The decision to set up his own high-end jewellery brand in Paris is not only undoubtedly challenging, but also demonstrates the designer's confidence in his professional level.
Dennis Song states that the designer should be able to master the skills of sketches, jewellery gouache drawings, 3D modelling and renderings, all of which are done by his own hand. The Paris Hand Workshop is the final place to complete the steps of casting, polishing to shape the most beautiful material: gold, platinum, diamonds and precious stones. The most delicate setting shines through the matter, and the highest quality diamond transfigures the creation. Dennis always believes that the original model of the jewellery piece should be produced by the designer himself, so as to present the most accurate effect of jewellery works without any error.
Dennis Song's photo.
Dennis Song studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London and received an honours master's degree from Switzerland's Richemont Group in 2016.
A Winner of multiple awards; the first prize, The Avakian Awards Jewellery Design Award awarded by Swiss fine jewellery brand Avakian in London in 2003, the first prize winner of the Oliver Ruger & Volker Koch Leather Art Jewellery Design Competition in London and the winner of Theo Fennell the British fine jewellery brand Gem Award in London for designing a high jewellery piece in 2014.