Carrie Puyuan Yang is a Hong Kong based Jewellery Designer and a former student of Central Saint Martins. Carrie seeks inspiration from the mysteries of the human body and human relationships, and this reflects in many of her jewellery designs, such as "Body Removed for Exhibition". In 2018 she joined Loupe designer residency programme, and her commercial jewellery collection was launched in the same year at Ontime show in Shanghai.
Her versatility as a jewellery designer can also be seen from her diverse work experience, including work experience for an up-and-coming Eyewear Brand, Percy Lau Studio, jewellery collaboration with fashion brand, as well as exhibitions of her works in museums worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum. She also had her works featured on various platforms including Klimt02, the French Jewelry post and the Art Jewelry Forum. Constantly fresh with originality and always redefining the definition of jewellery, Carrie is a young emerging talent worth anticipating in the global jewellery design industry.
Loupe's Design Residency Programme is a comprehensive mentoring programme with industry experts from the established Chow Tai Fook Jewellery, specially created for jewellery designers who wish to elevate their career and skills to the next level. During the period of mentorship, designers-in-residence can expect to develop their skills and capabilities in jewellery design in the fully-equipped environment at Loupe.