1911 - 1993
Originally educated as fashion designer and editor. She started designing jewellery to match her clothes designs. Her designs were produced by Georg Jensen.
Her first Georg Jensen jewellery collection was on the market in 1969 and drew a lot of attention. Her designs were very sculptural with a combination of various geometric shapes and with an eye for the material. She infused her designs with a fashion sensibility, having worked in both haute couture and ready-to-wear clothing design, in addition to hollowware and jewellery. Her experience gave her both a wonderful appreciation for and an understanding of what catches the eyes of an audience. Fog wanted to create jewellery that at the same time was both comfortable to wear and emphasized the bearers style. Her designs helped doubled the Georg Jensen jewellery sales thus making jewellery the primary part of Georg Jensen's production.
Fog was also associated with Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufacturer. Whether producing lamps, jewellery or clothing, Fog designs share in common a keen attention to manufacturing detail and clear simplicity
She participated in exhibitions at the Danish National Arts and Crafts Association many times, where she impressed with her exquisite suits, coats and dresses, pieces sewn from hand-woven material produced especially for her designs. Fog’s clothing design approach is key to her success in creating jewellery, betraying an underlying respect for the material. How individual materials relate to design, particularly in jewellery, is of utmost significance.
One of Fogs most popular designs is her large heart shaped pendant. It is still being produced today.