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Meet Harry Barnett, a jewellery designer and creative from our home town Melbourne, Australia. Harry's journey into the world of jewellery is fuelled by a love for fashion, music, and cultural exploration. Inspired by transformative experiences like Burning Man, he co-founded Rawninety, a label known for its genderless and meaningful pieces. Join us as we delve into Harry's inspirations, his favourite scents, and the creative synergy between his jewellery and the music scene.

Tell us about you! What are you about and what do you do? 

I'm Harry, a jewellery designer from Melbourne. My work is inspired by a deep passion for fashion, music, and cultural exploration. I find endless creative fuel in creating distinctive, meaningful jewellery that draws a bloodline from the high fashion scene.

What inspired you to start your own jewellery label? What sets your designs apart from others in the industry?

In 2018 and 2019 I attended Burning Man, an incredible cultural experience in Nevada. Both of these journeys inspired a deep desire to fully immerse myself and authentically express who I am through art, music, and connections with others. Throughout this personal journey, I found a gap in my ability to self-express. This led to my external - I struggled to find styling pieces that truly resonated with my identity. Sharing this perspective, my business partner Will and I decided to embark on creating Rawninety - genderless jewellery that would allow us and others to represent our genuine selves. It has been a humbling process focused on crafting pieces with profound personal meaning and facilitating authentic self-expression through our designs.

What is one, or some of your other creative outlets?

Photography, fashion and music. Specifically music. The house & techno scene is an underrated beast in terms of artistic expression, and it has provided a lot for me in terms of inspiration. Music is a language, and I’ve used it to feed the storyline of our jewellery label. The unique carvings of each our of pieces is not dissimilar to that of a track — ebbs & flows of difference that somehow make sense together. This passion feeds into the essence of the brand & who ends up wearing it, a core target market for Rawninety is music-enthusiasts, and they appear to be just as enthused back. This is a huge win for us as a brand. 

What’s your favourite ORB scent and why?

Bobby is my absolute go-to. It instantly transports me elsewhere - just me kicking back in a secluded Airbnb surrounded by nature. It's like a little bottled escape to peaceful moments off-the-grid, the best way to unwind and reset. 

First fragrance memory?

A aftershave my Dad used to wear when I was a kid, 4711 I believe it was called. I’ll never forget the way my dad used to lather it on. My all time favourite fragrance would be Santal 33, a note I discovered a little later in life, but has inarguably become my signature scent. 

Do you have anything exciting in the works?

I’m working on some really unique, rare designs at the moment for Raw. I’m also planning a party with some local crew in Melbourne, bringing Melbourne’s music scene and jewellery fashion together. On a more personal note, I’m planning trip to Japan at the close of the year; hanging to hit the slopes, vintage stores & eat my weight in Ramen. 

What are you reading at the moment?

The creative act by Rick Rubin.

If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life, what would you pick, and why?

It would have to be 'Good Kid, M.A.A.D City' by Kendrick Lamar. That album came out when I was in my early 20s, and just starting to explore the world through travel. I spent countless hours on buses, trains, and planes listening to it while discovering new places I'd never seen before. This album definitely became the soundtrack to those formative experiences. To me, it's a straight-up work of art that guided a really pivotal phase of growth and self-discovery. It's an album that means a lot to me on a personal level. 

Raw Ninety embodies unique minimalism in every piece. Is this aesthetic something that carries through to other elements in your life?

Yeah, for sure. I’m a minimalist in terms of quantity of goods, but a maximalist in terms of quality. The more unique a product, the better. But it can’t try too hard. It needs to be effortless in its approach — that’s where the real magic exists. 

Who has inspired both your personal style and the aesthetic of your brand and its pieces?

Is it underwhelming to say the streets of my hometown? Melbourne is a sick city, and has a wealth of inspiration to offer in terms of aesthetics. The people here create this heartbeat. The best part is that the aesthetic blueprint is ever-changing, but always on the pulse & forever forward-focused. The Rawninety brand is a mere continuation of this. 

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