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Poet of beauty perfumer Serge Lutens

Poet of beauty perfumer Serge Lutens

Poet of beauty perfumer Serge Lutens

French perfumer Serge Lutens is the creator of beauty through makeup, jewellery and extraordinary objects. Among other talents of the same elegant Monsieur is photography. The subject of his mostly black and white photography – hopelessly sad but beautiful people. “My work is essentially far more akin to that of a sorcerer than a perfumer.” Serge Lutens. On March 14th, 1942, in Lille, northern France, Serge Lutens took his first steps in this universe. At the age of 14, he was given a job in a beauty salon in his native city. Two years later, he had already established the feminine hallmarks that he would make his own: eye shadow, ethereally beautiful skin, short hair plastered down. At the age of twenty he opened the door of the French editions of Vogue, and has collaborated with the magazine for 5 years, creating images of models for the greatest photographers of the time – Richard Avedon, Bob Richardson and Irving Penn.
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Jewellery Theatre Kaleidoscope

Rain forest. Jewellery Theatre kaleidoscope

Rain forest. Jewellery Theatre kaleidoscope

Jewellery Theatre – Russian jewelry house that exists in the Russian market since 1998. The company was founded by two artist-jewelers Irina Dorofeyeva and Maxim Voznesensky. Jewellery Theatre specializes in the manufacture and sale of artistic jewelry. The unusual name of the company is based on the idea of ​​using all possible means of expression, characteristic for several kinds of art, either in the creation of jewelry, or in the process of demonstrating, presentation. Jewellery Theatre means decorations, lights, music, staging, acting. Changing the lighting, animated image on the back side help to enhance the beauty of precious actors of Jewellery Theatre. In the role of the actors, of course – the jewelry itself.
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Mario Buzzanca Pearl Jewelry

Mario Buzzanca Pearl Jewelry

Mario Buzzanca Pearl Jewelry

Of all the jewels bestowed by sea, the most expensive is probably the pearl. According to ancient scientific data, pearls are solidified tears of people of divine origin. In the time of Homer, the pearl was thought to be tears of the sea goddess – Nereid, and when they stopped believing in Nereid, pearl was seen as the tears of angels. Italian jewelry designer Mario Buzzanca Gioielli was destined to become a jeweler. He was born into the family of jewelry masters in the Italian city of Palermo. Since childhood, surrounded by the glitter of precious metal and stones, the boy was interested in the process of making jewelry. Love for pearl led him to Japan, where he studied gemstones and craftsmanship.
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Kunio Nakajima Jewellery Garden

Beautiful brooch Strawberry from the collection 'In the Garden' by Japanese master Kunio Nakajima

Beautiful brooch Strawberry. Kunio Nakajima Jewellery Garden

Jewellery collection of precious metals and stones “In the Garden” by Japanese master Kunio Nakajima of more than 80 works of exceptional beauty – dragonflies, berries, mushrooms, flowers – the designer presented in person at the Museum of Applied Arts in Moscow three years ago.
In the middle of the Taisho era (1918-1920), his grandfather began working as an apprentice in the workshop of Nakajima. Born into a family jeweler, in his childhood, Kunio Nakajima played in the studio and therefore had become well acquainted with the jewellery art. Several people were sitting cross-legged behind a desk and blowing glass … These memories forever remained in the heart of Japanese jeweler Kunio Nakajima. For a boy who grew up in such an environment, it was natural to love manual work when hands and professional tools could create anything.
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French jeweler Lydia Courteille

'Crusades' collection by French jeweler Lydia Courteille

‘Crusades’ collection by French jeweler Lydia Courteille

French jeweler Lydia Courteille is a professional gemologist, globetrotter and scientist. She has been making jewellery since 1996 and for this relatively (for any jewelry brand) short period has established herself as one of the most innovative and daring jewellery designers in the world. Lydia Courteille adores Parisian glamour press: each of her jewelry collection causes a storm of emotions, always positive. The secret of success of Madame Courteille can be explained simply. This beautiful slim blonde started from collecting rare vintage jewelry, then founded her own jewelry studio, two steps from Place Vendome. She began creating unique, rare, mysterious, extraordinary jewels of high quality.
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Colombia Gold Museum

Colombia Gold Museum

Colombia Gold Museum

Colombia Gold Museum – the richest museum in the world, located in the capital of Colombia, Bogota. Museo del Oro (Gold Museum) holds within its walls thousands of unique works of art of pre-Columbian era, during which gold was considered the embodiment of the creative energy of the sun. Looking at the tremulous shine and wandering shimmer of precious exhibits, one unwittingly feels the elusive cold and involvement in these things the death of many Native American empires. How many of them were thrown out of the thirst for gold, which swept Europe – gold lured the Spaniards over the ocean, gold drove the Portuguese to the east, gold … gold … gold – that’s the only requirement white men landed on any newly discovered coast.
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Traditional Armenian jewellery

Traditional Armenian jewellery

Traditional Armenian jewellery

Traditional Armenian jewellery and folk costume have existed for 3,000 years, and during that time underwent some natural changes and the influence of neighboring peoples, but on the whole it has kept its own characteristics and the name – “Taraz”. Armenian folk costumes are very colorful. Red, which is considered a symbol of fertility, is often found in suits. Other favorite colors of the Armenians were blue, purple, white, green. In different areas, people had their own preferences, for example in Western Armenia preferred white color, and in the eastern part of the country, people preferred to wear red (present Armenia). Dresses were sewn according to wealth, made of silk, brocade, satin, cotton. Previously, Armenian woman liked to wear a lot of jewelry – necklaces, earrings, headwear decorations and bracelets. Jewelry has been an indispensable part of the national costume, it is passed from generation to generation, and is mostly made of silver.
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