Tag Archives: jewellery

A girl’s best friend


“Ice and Snow, Netherland dwarf and lionhead rabbits respectively, both 1 year old, stand guard over brass and faux-pearl ring, £7, Freedom at Topshop (01277 844476); silver, onyx and crystal ring, £1,174, Atelier Swarovski (020-7255 8445); grey pearl and crystal ring, £80.20, Philippe Ferrandis for Swarovski Crystallized, as before”

View the complete photoshoot at TimesOnline




Great piece for showing jewelry. Vintage black glove mold. H:12″ x W:5″, Etsy

Spotlight: Maria Francesca Pepe

Maria Francesca is a young London based Italian designer. Her first collection Spring/Summer 2008 was presented in Paris at Rendez-Vous Femme selling to Rei Kawakubo’s Dover Street Market (London) among other selected high-end boutiques. Following Collections introduce MariaFrancescaPepe Bags and a full range of Womenswear pieces all concieved around the Jewellery-Wear Concept. Featured in a photoshoots on the latest issues of, among the others, Plastique with her tubular extra-large necklaces part of her 2008 Paradoxa collection, D la Repubblica delle Donne, i-D, Elle Uk and Self Service, Maria Francesca’s creations merge the link between ornament and wearability. The Italian handcraft tradition is fused to a contemporary and avant-garde sense of Fashion.


Art-Brut is her latest collection and her first attempt of merging experimental jewellery into clothing, bags, accessories. The jewellery pieces are turned into buttons, handles, collars. The materials? Varnished brass, black hard plexiglass, sterling silver, stones such as black hematite and ruby zircon, smooth leather, cotton, silk, viscose, jersey.


Images: MariaFrancescaPepe

Private treasures



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Grow Grow Grow


Natalya Pinchuk explores the “scary” side of jewellery with a serie of oversized and organic looking necklaces and brooches made of felt and crawling pieces of plastic that take inspiration from the world of botanics and under the sea flora and fauna. View the complete collection

Collaboration: Ana Hagopian+Fabriano


Argentinian born designer Ana Hagopian arrived in Spain in 1982 after long travels around the world that inspired her in her own design experiments and explorations. She is now one of the masters of world paper fashion and jewellery creating detailed and elegantly crafted design pieces and a universe of colorful (recycled) objects that find their strenght in the juxtaposition of the perishable nature of the material and the endless possibility of its usage.

Fabriano Boutique is the hotbed – laboratory of the famous paper-maker Cartiere Miliani Fabriano, founded in 1264 – for the design and manufacture of the best products in stationery and technical paper design in Europe today. Created in 2000 as an experiment in image-making when CMP was state property, today Fabriano Boutique is an independent firm that allies research and design.

Milano – Via Ponte Vetero, 17, 22 April 2009: Ana is today a guest of Fabriano Boutique at the forty-eighth Salone del Mobile ( Furniture Exhibition of Milan), presenting her new collection of paper jewellery.

Metal Alice

Alice Dellal photographed by Quentin de Briey on the cover of April/May issue of spanish magazine Metal. Styling by Ana Murillas. Spreads via Refinery29 / RevistaMetal