Wednesday September 23, 2020

Movers & Makers

Melissa Curry's Ohlala necklace

5th June, 2016

Melissa Curry

The Ohlala necklace gets its name from the Bowerbird. This particular bird species is a kind of architect who designs his nest to attract a female mate, according to the designer Melissa Curry.

“The pigeon-sized casanova constructs an elaborate structure on the forest floor and once a female enters, he struts and dances and shows off his treasures in an attempt to woo her,” says Curry.

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