12 March 2020
Orit Elhanati’s style is the result of a double heritage, Danish on her mother’s side and Israeli on her father’s. It also stands out for its very beautiful work with her favorite material, yellow recycled gold. “I’ve always hated polishing,” says Elhanati. In her Copenhagen workshop, she plays tirelessly with the material, torturing, hammering, denting it. She evokes the oriental jewelry of her paternal grandmother, the textures of the Sinai mountains and the patinated coins found in the alleyways of Jerusalem. A few stones, opals, malachite, subtly illuminate this beautifully intricate work.
Monica Rossi’s jewelry is at White Bird with her very poetic jewelry.
One of the nice finds in the in the brand new Parisian shop of Marin Montagut: the mineralogical plates painted in watercolor.
Dutch designer Sheila Westera makes her mounts using gold or silver wire. It slips around the finger and holds the stone, it winds itself interminably...
The new “Mademoiselle Privé” de Chanel watch collection consists of 7 cuffs fastened by a button.
On March 7, I attended a book signing for my children’s book “Coiffes et Parures” (Headdresses and Finery) at Mellerio’s. On a highly enjoyable sunny...
Jewelry designer Alexandra Jefford created a series of gold rings with crafted knots of colored Smythson leather.