Icons 1932, The New Collection by Chanel Joaillerie

by Sunday, 20 September 2020

by VO+ Magazine

The comet, sun, lion, feather and ribbon. These are the icons from the Chanel world on which the latest, recently launched “Icons 1932” collection by Chanel Joaillerie are inspired. The line borrows all the themes dear to Mademoiselle Coco and which were the mainstay of the company’s very first high jewelry collection, all rigorously in white diamonds, launched by Gabrielle Chanel back in 1932. The new design recalls the concept of transformable and flexible jewelry, an expression of freedom for which Gabrielle Chanel was such a defender. The comet, sun, lion, ribbon and feather are...

Sunday, 20 September 2020

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Young in the Mountains, From the Mine with Love

by Friday, 18 September 2020

by Lorenza Scalisi

«Young in the Mountains creates jewelry that people use to signify their love. Engagement jewelry has become a serious focus over the last two years, but in addition to that, we also create jewelry for more casual events and celebrations. Lapidary, or art of cutting stones is our specialty. I have been making jewelry for 13 years and once I added the new skill of lapidary I was able to find a niche. I have access to stones that other jewelers do not because I am sourcing them in a responsible way. I focus on American mined stones in particular. By purchasing our inlay materials from miners...

Andrew Grima: A Must Read

by Friday, 18 September 2020

by VO+ Magazine

“The father of modern jewelry,” “The golden engineer,” or “The king of bling…” These are some of the words that have been used to describe Andrew Grima. A new tome published by Acc Art Books is celebrating the British genius who came up with a whole new way to design jewelry in the 1960s. “Andrew Grima - The Father of Modern Jewellery” has an extraordinary array of sketches, designs and photographs from Grima’s archives, which have never been released before. The book also has a preface by famous jewelry expert and TV presenter Geoffrey Munn.

Contemporary Chains

by Friday, 18 September 2020

by VO+ Magazine

“Catena” is the accessible luxury collection that Nadine Aysoy debuted with on the famous Matchesfashion platform this past July: «Catena has come about to appeal to a younger market and has been described as Art Deco, a nod to the 1970s and incredibly contemporary and trendy. I designed the collection to stay true to the Nadine Aysoy ethos, which is to create beautiful fine jewelry that is timeless and wearable. I can’t wait to see how my customers interpret the designs in their own unique ways,» says the Belgian designer.

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