Spectacular and sculptural jewellery designs. Items made by a meticulous and skilful hand: carved, hammered, enamelled and embellished. Every piece of Goossens’ jewellery is unique, like the women who wear them. If you treasure costume jewellery as we do, Goossens is the name to commemorate. Meet the silversmith of Chanel, the foremost couture jeweller in Paris – Robert Goossens.
Whether it adorns your bare neck or is paired with an edgy fabric like leather, this Christian Dior necklace will undoubtedly put you in the spotlight. Yes, it’s heavy and sturdy, but it’s also ultrachic and is one of our most iconic pieces. Meet Christian Dior’s “Bailey” necklace from the Autumn/Winter 2012 collection.
Delicate, sensual, effortless and elegant. With the help of a gentle brushstroke, Indian ink, pens and gouache, René Gruau created the most majestic fashion illustrations of the 20th Century. His extraordinary talent and skills were widely revered as no other artist in the world managed to translate haute couture so delicately into drawing. Gruau ushered in a new era of fashion illustrations...
Vastly lavish, ostentatious and vividly coloured designs. Fun, frilly and flirtatious. Yes, we are talking about Christian Lacroix and his alluring creations — theatrical designs made by the master of fantasy who opted for grandiose effects.
An iconic Yves Saint Laurent heart-shaped necklace was created in 1962 and has since been featured in numerous YSL collections. The last time we saw it on the runway was during the 2002 Haute Couture show in Paris. Thanks to Mr. Laurent, heart-shaped jewellery has become a staple of playful and fashionable style, which we celebrate in this post.