11 January 2017
Dr. Brandt’s latest cream made with iron and magnetic particles also contains black tourmaline known for its energizing properties. The use of precious stones in cosmetics dates back as far as Antiquity where gold, diamond or malachite powder was mixed into the ointments for their anti-wrinkle, regenerating, exfoliating or calming virtues.
On sale at Sephora.
In its annual Monaco sale, Artcurial includes around twenty Cartier panthers coming from a personal collection that a great jewelry lover gave as a present...
Over the last decade, Mélanie Georgacopoulos has masterfully taken mother-of-pearl, her favorite material, out of the classical register thanks to...
In Paris, White Bird presents the new unique jewelry pieces by Cathy Waterman passionate about the Middle Ages.
On her Caillou site, Anne-Lise Delsol sells her selection of antique pieces and solo earrings mode from elements adorning hatpins.