The latest creation of Italian jewelry designer Marco Bicego is inspired by the continent of Africa. As usual,they unite Trinkets traditional, Italian craftsmanship with modern Influences. The collection is reminiscent of a star-studded Night sky in the Sahara, the unexplored angle of the authentic Africa, as well as the contrasting and intense colors,which are so typical of the African continent. The fascinating Precious pieces by Marco Bicego are available in all KURZ boutiques.
The Africa Collection by Marco Bicego is a masterpiece of the Jewelery craftsmanship and reminiscent of the infinite expanse of beautiful nature of Africa – and puts the viewers of the noble Creations in wonder.
“Africa Stellar” – the elegance of nature Particularly elegant and sophisticated shades of color characterize the “Africa Stellar” -Collection by Marco Bicego. 18ct yellow gold boules take turns smoky-white, slate-gray, khaki-green and ocher-yellow rough diamonds,processed in compliance with the requirements of the Kimberley Process were. This creates a tone-on-tone effect, in which the individual elements
to mutually draw strength and vitality from each other. The irregular and imperfect cut thereby lifts the actual beauty and exceptional brilliance of the gems.”Africa Constellation” – real sculptures made of light The new collection “Africa Constellation” by Marco Bicego is a homage to the African night sky. The handmade golden boules dematerialize the gold and give it an amazing lightness.
This feeling is also haptically by a silky with the fingers barely perceptible texture underlined by the traditional thread-stitch Technique (Bulino) was achieved. The diamond pavées settle out Gems of different sizes together and create one
unexpected optical effect of exceptional effect. “Africa Gemstone” – color spectacle in a class of its own This collection is inspired by the typical African joie de vivre. you reflects the contrasts and intense colors that appear on this Continent are encountered. The iconic yellow gold boules take turns with gemstones of rare beauty like amethyst, peridotite, yellow Quartz, red garnet, London blue topaz and pink tourmaline. For the earrings,
Bracelets and necklaces are especially color intensive and high purity Selected tones and provided with a
multi-faceted cut, which their natural luminosity is brought to perfection.
Winter is coming and it is not too early to be thinking about big coats. Especially when they are coats designed by Hood By Air founder Shayne Oliver.
Colmar has launched a new collab with HBA designer Shayne which it looks AMAZING
“Colmar has an incredible heritage in outerwear and is indisputably the master of ski apparel,” Oliver says in a quote about the collaboration. “It was particularly intriguing to transform these collections and reconfigure them through street language and my own aesthetics.
Who could forget the AW14 Hood By Air show in which models vogued triumphantly down the catwalk, or SS17 PornHub collection. Since he put HBA on hiatus last year, however, Oliver’s been confounding expectations in a different way: first with his tenure as designer-in-residence at Helmut Lang and then with a directional capsule he created in collaboration with campus-ready luggage maker Longchamp.
Definitive one of the best collab of this year !!!!!!!!
I need some pieces ASAP
Who missed David Koma’s Fall show for Mugler, will get more shoulders now for his Resort, we call this major. While they are quite powerful as far as such things go, in comparison to the peaked beauties of last season, they’re no shoulder at all.
That’s how Koma described them. As he explained at his presentation in NY, now that he’s been at the French house for three years, he’s serious about buckling down on cut.
He’s in the business of measuring millimeters, attention to details and each and every one counts when you’re talking about a body-con leather dress with the Mugler logo screaming down the side à la motocross gear.
The logo detailing felt like an easy nod to current trends. This label has such a strong signature—those shoulders, the hourglass fit—such nods aren’t really necessary.
WINTER….. Means Cold, dark, black, no feelings, sad, that is what Thom Browne expressed in his collection for Fall Winter 15/16.
A shadow on the streets, an unknown Men, with small details to stand out of the simples black suits, like short pants for tall guys or giant huts covered with lace, an amazing whale bag and always a magnificent touch of fine materials.
Check some impressions…