In her first-ever collaboration, Lucy Folk teams up with artist and designer Luke Edward-Hall to create a gorgeous collection inspired by the Roman goddess of salt water

Girls who wear Lucy Folk's designs are like Iris Apfels in the making: singularly stylish and lovably kooky. The drink gin and tonics poolside, and always keep their sunnies on a gold chain hanging round their necks.

Given Lucy Folk's aesthetic, it's maybe no surprise that she's teamed up with English artist and designer, Luke Edward-Hall, to create an incredible collection of jewellery, headpieces, sunglasses and bags inspired by Salacia, the Roman goddess of salt water.

Edward-Hall's illustrations are almost child-like in their free-form whimsy and serve as the perfect inspiration for sculptural woven basket-bags, pastel sunglasses and statement necklaces that look like ancient hand-hammered gold coins. The colour palette features the shades of sunset: gold, peach, ivory, opal and rose

"I have long admired Luke's work and am thrilled to collaborate with him, bringing his drawings to life in precious metals," Lucy says. "A fresh-faced king called Neptune and his goddess Salacia are our salty muses, so it really was a match made in heaven."

Lucy Folk's exquisite new collection is made for your next beach holiday