Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from JCK

Polly Wales' New Diamond Arcade Bridal Jewelry Collection

JCK-Sep. 4, 2014
And since Wales' new faceted diamond pieces had an Art Deco vibe, she named the collection Arcade, a nod to the decorative structures designed in the early ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from JCK

Alexis Bittar Opens Another Quirky-Cool Boutique in Chicago

JCK-Jun. 12, 2014
The interior of the 908-square-foot boutique is “1940s deco–meets–industrial,” ... collections: Miss Havisham (an aesthetic fusion of Art Deco and punk rock), ...

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from The Globe and Mail

Meet the woman bringing eye-popping international jewellery to ...

The Globe and Mail-Oct. 3, 2014
... described as the “FabergĂ© of our time” by Diane von Furstenberg) and American deco-jewellery designer Miriam Haskell (who famously ... I love to create and I like to experiment with different media in my art. ... The diamond sits inside a mother-of-pearl flower ($3,800). A multicolour gem and diamond necklace ($10,600).
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from The National

The Insider: Shourouk Rhaiem

The National-Apr. 30, 2014
... of three interchangeable straps and bezels in vintage art-deco onyx and crystal ... However, brand Shourouk's dazzlingly colourful statement necklaces ran ... with his ribbons, pearls and stones, Prada and Marni, but otherwise it was boring.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

latest peoples, he believes, can now eke out only
imitative rut. N.Danilevsky gives the following-
example: a magnificent statue in honor of Admiral Lazarev enters into
the contradiction with the details of clothing -- "her uniformed coat with baldocchi,
pantaloons close-fitting, short sea dagger scabbard... (...) To
the enormous size of the European costume, which fate and we were rewarded --
tremendously funny" (P. 269-270).
Statue of Napoleon in his opinion, symbolizes the greatness only through
introduced into it, one not familiar with the story, such symbolism in
it will not see:
"Cartuchos and the hat has become in the eyes of our characters twenty victories --
the emblem of the indomitable will and military genius" (P. 269). And it is very important
the continuation of this view -- "whereas, in order to admire the surviving
to us the statues of Roman emperors, there is no need to portray
Of Caesar or Trajan, and that we were known the epic of their lives: some
Didy Julian or even Caligula would produce the same impression" (P. 269).
N. Danilevsky traces of a similar influence in the region
drama, music, architecture. On the other hand, protecting the distinctive shape, it
stresses that national dress is a definite
the dynamism, not pure static. "She is the type that is being changed
diversifies, decorated, depending on social position, status,
taste, panache wearing, keeping only its essential
the characteristic features. National apparel not necessarily imply
uniformity and constancy; it changes according to the fashion even when
is one affiliation the common people, and changed, of course,
more and more often, if it was an attribute of all classes"