What is jewelry? What’s its function? And, with a little ingenuity, can anything become a jewel? These are the questions that inform Belgian designer Stéphanie D’heygere’s jewelry–making practice. A spiritual successor to Dadaist artists like Duchamp and Broodthaers, Stéphanie designs with a playful curiosity towards the vicissitudes of daily life. Each D’heygere accessory is a solution to everyday conundrums (a compass ring), a clever reversal (earrings made completely of backings), or a small, unexpected piece of joy (an ear cuff that doubles as a vase). By melting down — and merging — form and function in a Dalí–esque manner, D’heygere shows us that the world is full of accessories yet to be invented.