Plexiglass necklace by Alina Alamorean

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This fluid, sensual necklace follows the contours of the nape and neck, while at the same time expressing a certain rigor. The rigidity obtained thanks to the Plexiglass and its excessive height give the wearer a hieratic look. “With its pearly white color, it’s somewhere between a man’s shirt collar and a young girl’s navy-blue dress,” explains designer Alina Alamorean.


Plexiglass is not easily tamed… You have to heat it to 500°C to sculpt it. Too much heat and it melts; not enough heat and it breaks. It takes many hours to produce such a necklace, especially since you have to wait until it has completely cooled to try it and test its ergonomics, before remodeling the whole thing if need be.



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