In this series of works, I deal with the psychosocial function of jewellery. As a symbolic carrier of meaning, jewellery refers to social rank and contributes to the formation of a person's identity. With "Mirror of Envy", I address the discrepancy between self-perception and strange-perception and question the constructedness of individual self-designs. I take up this idea by designing the mirror brooches in such a way that the curved surfaces distort the image of the person looking at himself in the mirror. The fractal mirror image rather reflects the ambivalence between subjective and objective perception, between desire and reality.