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NORITAMY Obi Misubi collection Spring Summer 2014

Blossom of iris, Japanese morning glory flowers, butterfly, sparrow or even eagle wings are just some of the natural elements that have inspired the several types of misubi, literally the knot of the obi-belt used in the Japanese kimono. A traditional decorative element full of meaning that the designer duo of Noritamy jewelry brand have reinterpreted …

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New Talents – Leda Otto Fall Winter 2013 jewels collection

The inspirations for a fashion collection are the fruit of a perennial tension between past, present and future which inevitably involve other disciplines including art and design, and is just following a common passion for the latter, that Marta Saletti and Simona Cassai have launched their jewelery brand LedaOtto in January 2010.

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Surrealist Jewels: Elsa Schiaparelli and Delfina Delettrez

During the Kenzo fall winter 2012 fashion show, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim presented a special jewelery line made in collaboration with Delfina Delettrez. The Italian jewel designer chose once again the Nature theme, enclosing nuts and dried orange segments into the resin and mounting them on gold sheets modeled as realistic shells or peels. …

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Noritamy – Architectural jewels

From September 22nd to 24th, in conjunction with the Fashion Week, in Milan, will be held “Touch! Neozone Cloudnine”, the Pitti Immagine fashion fair dedicated to the new talents’ scouting for women’s fashion. In this edition the NORITAMY jewelry brand will debut in Italy, thanks to Qalime distributor group, well known for its selection of contemporary …

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Gioielli d’artista – Picasso To Koons: The Artist As Jeweler

Fino a Gennaio è in corso al Museum of Arts and Design di New York “Picasso To Koons: The Artist As Jeweler ” la mostra che esplora la produzione di gioielli dei maestri dell’arte contemporanea attraverso i piccoli capolavori collezionati dalla stessa curatrice, Diane Venet. Until January is ongoing at the Museum of Arts and Design of New …

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