Made to order Unique jewels can be designed specifically for you by Shweta to express your personality and to be as unique as you are. Each of our Made to Order creations begin with a conversation to help understand your personality, your tastes, the special event you are looking to wear your jewel at and what you may wear with it. Shweta will develop concepts and drawings for your special jewel, present them to you and after approval, our artisans will hand make your one-off jewellery item. Perfect for celebrating your engagement, wedding, special events, birthdays and achievements, your made to order jewel will last a lifetime. Consider it being an heirloom piece to pass down from generation to generation. All of our made to order jewels are ready for you within three weeks from the time of the order.
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Ring Anatomy of Engagement Rings #1 - Prong SettingEmploying four or six prongs to secure the center diamond is a very traditional form of diamond setting. #2 - Bezel SettingA smooth bezel requires the skills of a master jeweler and is a modern-looking alternative form of diamond setting. #3 - Open GalleryA decorative open gallery adds a beautiful touch of detail to an engagement ring and can be customized easily. chloe Fall 2016 captures an evocative mix of innocence and sensuality, where the spirit of Balthus’ paintings and Carlo Mollino’s Polaroid girls meets the grunge attitude of a young Björk. The See by Chloé gang unite within this collection, remixing a flirty touch of ‘flou’ with utility shapes in rich, unexpected textures. Checks, stripes, and animalia prints clash against jacquards, denim, and lace – with a layered look that pair voluminous outerwear with relaxed separates. This season’s autumnal colour palette and baroque details, of delicate smocking, needlepoint lace, and tiered ruffles of crepe and cotton, counterbalance the tomboy style of wide-leg patch pocket trousers, henley t-shirts, must-have knits and workwear jackets in corduroy, indigo denim, and leather. Top S6AJH16 S6A080 SDA DARK NIGHT Pants S6AJP04 S6A089 SC6 INK Bracelet 9K7358 P212 001 BLACK Boots SB27025 4002 I770 LAPIS //LOOK 1 Top S6AJH16-S6A080-SDA DARK NIGHT
Nicole Farhi London College of Fashion Window Display 30 September 2011 Ella Alexander NICOLE FARHI has recruited the help of a London College of Fashion student to create the window displays for its London stores, following a college competition. The label's head of visual merchandising James Shouli and fashion retail branding and visual merchandising course directors Sarah Bailey and Jonathan Baker picked Daniel Purnell as the overall winner, who then worked on producing displays inspired by the art world. The design features a series of silver, chrome 3-dimmensional geometric sculptures, influenced by the work of 20th Century figurative painter Egon Schiele and the large scale installations of British sculptor Anthony Gormley. "Working on this project with all the students was extremely exciting and the level of talent was exceptional and a pleasure to be part of," said Shouli. "Daniel's design captured the essence of the collection and the brand through his use of innovative techniques."
Official site of Eina Ahluwalia, Conceptual Jewellery Artist "My jewellery is my personal and social activism, created from the soul and inspired by life. My themes revolve around feminism and spirituality, and my pieces are sometimes subliminal and sometimes loud messages to the wearer and the world. They are meant to give people a strong yet beautiful way to wear a personal reminder or a point of view. For me the pieces are a sublimated outrage, despair, hope, humour and utopian idealism.
Louis Vuitton, London Three floors, 16,150 square feet and an array of fine art. The spacious Louis Vuitton Maison is no ordinary store and, even in the exclusive cadre that is branded luxury retailing, the new London flagship is like nothing else. For a start, the price alone should lead shoppers to expect something different. Believed to have cost more than $43 million, this could be the most expensive luxury store ever opened in terms of cost per square foot. There’s also the location: New Bond Street. Love Designer Jewellery? Top 10 Jewellery Designers in India Jewellery is an important asset to mankind. It adds beauty, grace, femininity and exclusivity to a lady. Even the best of costume – ordinary dress or cocktail garment – looks dull and drab without a jewellery accessory. All things said and done, the right jewellery is what completes a woman’s look. And for this, India has a couple of leading Jewellery designers who have been producing the choicest of gold, silver platinum, diamonds to semi-precious gems.
Louis Vuitton Fifth Avenue visual merchandising, New York It doesn’t matter if you’re a famously reclusive Japanese artist who hasn’t visited the United States in over three decades. When Louis Vuitton paints its Fifth Avenue building in polka-dots to honor your work, you come out to celebrate. That’s the takeaway from yesterday afternoon, when Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama greeted fans and press in front of Louis Vuitton’s 57th Street flagship, which is now covered in spots thanks to her collaboration with the brand. Kusama is known for her groundbreaking pop-art career; her work was shown alongside Andy Warhol’s in the ’60s. Tomorrow, the Whitney museum launches a retrospective of her career, but for a quick teaser, all you need to do is walk down Fifth Avenue.
WorldSkills London 2011: A window into the world of visual merchandising I fell into visual merchandising – or what people generally refer to as window dressing – completely by accident. I'd gone to the enrolment day at East Berkshire College and thought I was in the queue for French, but when I got to the front of the line, the lecturer started talking about visual merchandising. I was too polite to interrupt, so I listened to what she had to say and was instantly gripped. I signed up for the course immediately. Looking back, I'm surprised I hadn't thought about it before; I'd studied GCSEs in art and design and resistant materials at school and done really well.