05 January 2017

Jewelry prints

On the Hermès square, this silk page measuring 90 x 90 cm, unfold valuable, documented studies, some of which are devoted to jewelry. Drawings, colors and layouts make up sublime paintings in tribute to the sumptuousness of Brazilian headdresses, the precision of a goldsmith’s work and the solar beauty of Scythian gold. Yet another way to wear adornment.

  • "Chaînes et gourmettes" - Fall/Winter 2008

  • "Parures des sables" - Laurence Bourthoumieux, Fall/Winter 1996

  • "Clips" - Vladimir Rybaltchenko, Spring/Summer 2004

  • "Zénobie, reine de Palmyre" - Annie Faivre, Fall/Winter 2016

  • "Alliances du monde" - Annie Faivre, Fall/Winter 2004

  • "Parures précieuses" - Annie Faivre, Spring/Summer 2017

  • "Brazil"

  • "Les cavaliers d'or" - Vladimir Rybaltchenko, Spring/Summer 2010

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