Clic by Suzanne
Aluminum and steel based jewelry
The aluminum jewelry by Clic Creations is surprising in its simplicity. The powerful geometric shapes continue to fascinate, with their emphatic modesty in design.
Designer Suzanne Schaars chooses modern materials for the design of her jewelry; she only uses aluminum, stainless steel and magnets. Furthermore, Suzanne operates from two principles; her jewelry must be highly comfortable to wear and have invisible clasp.
The sleek shapes and subtle alternation of glossy and matt make the jewellery immune to trends and ensure they go well with any dress style. In order to ensure comfort, light and anti-allergenic aluminum is used in its construction. The bracelets and necklaces by Clic Creations have no traditional clasps. Instead, a magnetic closure is integrated in the design - always at the front. The inventive closure is completely invisible, which makes for unique jewelry.
Great interest for design
Suzanne Schaars initially started creating jewelry as a hobby when she was studying in Amsterdam. Over time, however, she noticed that she was more interested in designing and developing jewelry and she decided to enrol at the vocational school for Gold & Silversmiths in Schoonhoven. After receiving her diploma, she moved to Dallas, USA to work as a designer for her own collections. After returning to the Netherlands, Suzanne created the Clic Creations jewelry line in which she combines a goldsmith workshop with fine metal processing.
Schaars works according to her personal credo "enjoy life and create beautiful things!". This is what motivates her to design new creative bracelets, earrings and necklaces and improve their existing designs. She finds inspiration for her Clic Creations at all times and in the oddest circumstances. Actually, she comes up with the best ideas at times when she is not actively designing jewelry.
Collection sold in several museums Clic Creations jewelry
is sold in many museum shops. Including the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, SM's in' s-Hertogenbosch, Sculptures by the Sea museum in The Hague, and the Municipal Museum in The Hague.