That’s the perfect San valentine present! Even brighter than any diamond, these crystal earrings illuminated by a led light .The battery is just at the back of the ear and you can choose the color of the lighting. Isn’t it cool?
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Kiki van Eijk and Hermès started working together in 2012, when Kiki designed exceptional travelling display windows for Hermès which were initially presented at the Bijenkorf department store in Amsterdam, and later travelled the world with Hermès to Milan, Vancouver, Osaka and Tokyo. Following this successful collaboration, Kiki is now invited by La Montre Hermès, the watch division of the house of Hermès, to design unexpected stage-settings for their watch collections. For La Montre Hermès, Kiki van Eijk designed a nomadic window display decor concept, drawing her inspiration from her poetic inner dream world. Each display is a miniature theatre intended to recreate a certain atmosphere; Kiki designed veritable miniaturised scenes linked to the company’s collections; Cape Cod, Dressage, Clipper, Arceau, Heure H, as well as to the precious watches. Read More…
Famous handbag and shoe designer Pierre Hardy has launched his first collection of jewelry with geometric shapes and cut-outs, a ‘perspective cube which wraps around the arm.’They come in black lacquered brass or gold-pleated brass, the size is adjustable.
PIERRE HARDY GEOMETRIC 2D CUBE DESIGN GOLD TONE BRASS CUFF
PIERRE HARDY 2D CUBE DESIGN BLACK BRASS CUFF
‘Ultimo,’ a UK Lingerie brand has brought the ‘Ultimo Diamond Back Miracle Bra’ in the market, the most expensive bra in the UK. The bra cost estimated at £800,000 is made of, is made of a backstrap set with 32 white 1 carat diamonds.
Shawish has now created yet another luxurious and expensive creation, the world’s most expensive USB key, which is a part of its ultra-luxurious Magic Mushroom collection. The USB flash drive has two parts: the head of the fungus, have hundreds of rubies, sapphires and diamonds and the stem is made of 18K gold. Read More…
Fragmented Chronicles is a collection of 100 rings created by Hong Kong-based design duo Chan Oi yau Riyo and Kwong Ho Sun Howard from Shannnam. Each ring telling a story of its own with a different landscape inside them, telling a unique part of the larger story. Read More…
Here is Sebastian Jaramillo’s jewelry line, “made by war, inspired by peace”. Using real bullets taken out of the armed conflict in Colombia, are transformed by elegantly fusing them with Amethyst, Garnets, Citrines and pearls among other.
“Sebastian Jaramillo design custom and commercial jewelry, objects d’Art and chandeliers. He has been a finalist in various jewelry design competitions world wide. His jewelry can be found in important galleries and boutiques, and are featured in prominent fashion magazines.
Netherlands based Jacomijn van der Donk uses materials which once seemed lifeless. Leather, goat hair, twigs and gold are used to produce indigenous-looking embellishments of expert craftsmanship and detail. Read More…
Colleen Jordan proposes a novel planter concept that people can wear.
Why should your plants stay at home? They help clean the air you breathe, are beautiful, and create a wonderful conversation starter. Carry a sprout, a succulent, or a flower you found on your morning walk.
This gold replica of an olive branch, a traditional symbol of peace has been left on the Moon’s surface by Apollo 11 crew members. Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, commander, placed the small replica (less than half a foot in length) on the Moon. The gesture represented a wish for peace for all mankind.
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Kushu From design Fetish has recently launched her blog and introduce these beautiful pieces of art representing miniature food. Designed for dollhouses or to wear as jewelery, these “Petit Plats” are all handmade and customizable.
“Don’t play with your food!”
Luckily, this young Chinese woman, who arrived in Paris in 2000, didn’t listen to her mother’s advice when she was little. From the luxurious and refined aesthetic of French haute cuisine to the bright, modern colours of contemporary junkfood, Xi has always felt that it was a shame to leave such beauty on her plate. So in 2009 she created MIAM, a tiny workshop in the heart of Paris where her little delectable creations are predominantly made by hand from a polymer base. Bringing new meaning to the term “eye candy”.
Soyun Kim, Leah Thomas, Young Bang, and Hojin Choi, four women coming from totally different backgrounds have found themselves in a dynamic originality to created Vesta life headphones.
The Vestalife headphones have a smart design. The headphones are covered in a fabric “headband” that can be swapped out to match an outfit. The earbuds are made of fabric and have a leather insert so that you pull the earbuds out by the bud and not the cord. Will Vestalife headphones change the way men see women when they’re listening to music? Only time will tell.
This spectacularly ugly bracelet-style watch called Iron Samurai is available from Chinavision for a questionable $15. The bracelet and digital figures mingle together naturally. Without the face of “timepiece”, it displays figures only when you need to know the time.
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