Anne Hasla designed the Fusion collection, and the inspiration for the collection is her own inherited jewelry.
As a result of this inspiration, she designed Fusion. When something is fused it is connected or joined together to something else.
In other words, aesthetically we join together the past and the future to form a single entity. And finally, they become one fused whole, permanently attached and combined.
Anne and Gunnhild Hasla have figured out what makes a piece of jewelry more than something sparkling that hangs around your neck. By taking inspiration from the organic shapes of the Norwegian mountains and Pablo Picasso’s cubism, Hasla creates jewelry that makes you move closer and actually look.
The brand name stems from designer Anne Hasla and brand manager Gunnhild Hasla’s family name. As sisters, they work closely at the Hasla workshop in Valle. Valle is located in the south of Norway, where their family has lived for generations.
The workshop was established by Grete Fossen and Ørnulf Hasla in 1984. The sisters have been there ever since, drawing inspiration from the breathtaking surroundings and raw Norwegian nature. There is a clear Norwegian identity to Hasla, and while looking closely you might even see a little bit of Valle in the intricate designs.
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