29 August 2019

Iris Apfel x Bernardaud

And they said she had retired from the business… At nearly 100, Iris Apfel proves yet again that in terms of style, age doesn’t count. A devotee of vintage and mix-and-match looks before their time, the American fashion icon with the huge round glasses has dreamed up a jewelry collection with porcelain specialist Bernardaud. True to her eccentric style, she has designed long necklaces and breastplate jewelry in pastel beads, an oversized pendant sporting a contorted mannequin and an owl brooch to be worn in pairs, as she does. An eternal inspiration.

  • Iris apfel wearing her own creation for Bernardaud, a necklace made with porcelain disks with a gold Chinese pattern

    Iris Apfel x Bernardaud - Necklace in porcelain

  • Iris Apfel x Bernardaud - Necklaces in porcelain beads

  • A porcelain owl brooch done by Iris Apfel for Bernardaud

    Iris Apfel x Bernardaud - Porcelain owl brooch

  • Iris apfel wearing her own creation for Bernardaud, a porcelaine owl brooch

    Iris Apfel wearing her owl broochs in pairs

  • Pendant featuring a Pendant and long necklaces in porcelain and long necklaces in porcelain

    Iris Apfel x Bernardaud - Pendant and long necklaces in porcelain beads

  • Focus on the porcelain beads of a necklace

    Iris Apfel x Bernardaud - Necklace in porcelain beads

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