Essence and truth nestles in dreams, where time does not exist and reality is the result of imagination. Haute Couture lives of imagination as well, distinguishing itself from attentions and rituals that place themselves out of time. The more its value is intimate, secret and personal, the more it is real.
Fendi’s “Dotcom Click”, a new big small bag has everything great in it. Kudos for the ethnic-inspired versions.
Two bags in one is THE concept of Fendi’s “Dotcom”. Created for the cruise collection 2016 by Silvia Venturini Fendi , artistic director of leather goods collections, men and children of the house Fendi, it was designed in a fun and functional spirit. Modern and sophisticated at once, it takes its name from the small apparent point at the front of the bag. READ MORE
It hasn’t been long since Swarovski’s previous seasons successful collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier, and now they have cooked up an elegant yet asymmetrical Autumn/Winter 16 collection of silver jewellery ‘Reverse’ READ MORE
International renowned American jeweller Tiffany & Co. announced the opening of the New Zealand’s very first flagship store in the historic and very ornate ‘Australis House’ (Constructed in 1906) READ MORE
MOD is the contracted form of “Modernism”, a cultural phenomenon that is widespread among young English in the late ’50s and early’ 60s. It was a real movement that captivated a generation, using a military symbol as a sign of their religion. READ MORE
Under the design direction of Chopard’s co-president Caroline Scheufele, the Geneva workshop artfully assembled a bestiary crafted with extraordinary skill by master goldsmiths and jewellers using a veritable cavalcade of gems. READ MORE
Sara Battaglia’s new sophisticated capsule collection combines the heritage of the Ferragamo house and modernity of New Age Silhouettes.
The Capsule takes us down memory lane to 30’s, remember those classic suede multicoloured Rainbow Wedges famously created by Ferragamo for Judy Garland in 1938, just before her most applauded role in Wizard of Oz (1939). READ MORE
Chaumet gave remarkable precedence to matrimony in its new artistic short video, filmed and photographed by Matthew Brookes.
The video proves witness of two Parisian lovers engrossed in love, centre to the video are the enduring symbols of love, Tiaras,…Engagement Ring…Wedding Bands…. and other alliance specific jewelleries. READ MORE
Coach promises to make your Mothers luxury dreams in to reality with an exclusive personalised monogram service today on Mothers Day. Its definitely not too late for a quick visit to your nearest Coach Store (PS: A new Coach Store opening on St Collins St Lane, Melbourne very soon.)
Originally designed for the men’s line by Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier, this women’s version of the ‘Monaco’ has recently been introduced, bridging the two worlds of the luxury brand. READ MORE
Cunard Building, an Italian monument in the heart of Lower Manhattan, New York; this neo-Renaissance inspired building that once housed infamous Cunard Line was chosen to unveil Tiffany’s new magnificent collection, “Blue Book 2016”, inspired by the theme “The Art of Transformation”, by design director Francesca Amfitheatrof. READ MORE
Vivid colour snakes, buzzing dragonflies and blooming flowers. Jungle glasses from Fendi’s latest Spring/Summer 2016 collection takes inspiration from exuberant tribal colours of woods and wild. The large frames, both in a chic and appealing square version and cat-eye, are modern and transparent with a camouflage decoration. READ MORE
A pirate ship full of party-goers tearing down Venetian canals with the beautiful and feted Londoners, Quentin and Jemima Jones giving chase … Lucy Folk‘s latest jewellery collection, Tesoro, is born of worldly, adventurous glamour.
Bulgari recently launched the limited edition python bags focusing on an intriguing mix of time, tradition and textures interpreted in multiple innovative effects. The bags are decorated in a rich and sumptuous floral design, a cascade of flowers in rich tones inspired from Bulgari’s 1968 High Jewellery collection. READ MORE
Dolce & Gabbana like to keep it rich and regal when it comes to jewellery, with crowns and crosses fit for a Borgia. Primavera calls for a lighter touch. Adorn yourself with playful femininity—flowers, gold filigree, butterflies and pearls.
The Apple Watch—it could have gone the way of the universally panned Google Glass—the smart watch was initially dismissed by some critics as ugly and worse still, boring. Now we are sitting up and paying attention because Apple has come together with master leather craftsmen at Hermès and the result is glorious.
Founded in St Petersburg, Russia in 1842, the name Fabergé quickly became synonymous with royalty. Famed for intricate Easter eggs created for the imperial court of Russia, today the brand continues to produce incredible pieces inspired by its rich heritage. READ MORE