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Norwegian national costume Bunad

Norwegian national costume Bunad

Beautiful ladies wearing Norwegian national costume Bunad

Norwegian national costume Bunad
When tourists visit Norway, they do not get tired of admiring the beauty of the traditional Norwegian folk costume Bunad, still worn in the “modern”, rather festive life. And if you are lucky and get here on May 17 (National Day in Norway), you will find an unforgettable sight. In particular, along the decorated with national flags cities walk people in national costumes, called Bunad. Noteworthy, the costume is an integral part of life in modern Norway, and almost “obligatory” part of it, or rather its wardrobe.
Traditionally, Bunad – festive clothes in the national style, which existed for centuries, and put on in a very solemn occasions. In fact, over 70% of Norwegians have Bunad. Besides, in recent years dramatically increased the number of men, who buy for themselves a national costume. According to sociologists, it is an expression of a kind of protest against the entry of Norway into the EU. Meanwhile, the total Bunad “wardrobe” in Norway – estimated at more than 30 billion euros, and its value continues to grow.
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Boucheron Bestiary Kaleidoscope

Chameleon Ring Boucheron Bestiary Kaleidoscope

Chameleon Ring set with pavé tsavorite garnets, blue, pink and yellow sapphires and two rubies, in blackened gold. Boucheron Bestiary Kaleidoscope

Boucheron Bestiary Kaleidoscope
French ‘Boucheron’ is one of the most daring and original jewelry brands in the world. The jewelry house Boucheron has been producing Watches and high jewelry, luxury goods and accessories for more than 157 years. Founded in 1858 by Frederic Boucheron, at the moment Boucheron jewellery house has 34 boutiques worldwide with more than €50 million in total sales. Frederick Boucheron opened his first store in ‘Galerie de Valois’ in the Palais-Royal, in the heyday of the Second French Empire. In 1866 he opened his own studio, and a year later won the gold medal at the World Fair (Universal Exposition) in 1867 in Paris.
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The Aletto Brothers jewellery

Aletto Brothers jewellery

Aletto Brothers jewellery

The Aletto Brothers firm was founded in Naples, Italy, at the turn of the 19th century. Its founder, Bartolomeo Aletto, was commissioned to commemorate the inauguration of the Eiffel Tower at the Universal Exposition in 1889. The second generation jeweler became Raffaele Aletto, son of Bartolomeo, who worked for many leading Italian jewelers. In 1949, Raffaele’s son, Alberto, left Naples for Caracas, Venezuela, where he established a factory with over 100 employees.
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Dolce and Gabbana Fall-Winter 2015

Dolce and Gabbana Fall-Winter 2015

Alta Moda. Dolce and Gabbana Fall-Winter 2015

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana presented a new collection of Alta Moda Fall-Winter 2015. The sunset show in Portofino was traditionally closed – it was an Italian Midsummer Night’s Dream, brought to life. A few photos can help get impression on this very bright and spectacular collection. The collection consists of the things so much beloved by clients of the House. The excessive aesthetics is brought to its climax: tiara with inclusions of peacock feathers, dress with ornaments of flowers and fruits, gilded crinoline. Many of which are not even prints on the finest silk, but jewelry and handmade embroidery, piles of lace and transparent grid, gold filigree wings, fairies, kimonos and turbans, embroidered velvet suits and brocade coats trimmed with sable. The true owners of taste and style, Dolce and Gabbana outfits and dresses are always sophisticated and feminine.
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Anna Kapustina Steampunk jewellery

Steampunk Bracelet Fairy Meadow

Steampunk Bracelet Fairy Meadow. Anna Kapustina Steampunk jewellery

Steam engines and perfected mechanics, leather and rivets, darkness and smokestacks of red brick. Robots without a single chip and the submarine “Nautilus”, Jules Verne and HG Wells. It is the world of steampunk – science fiction. Total immersion in it – the inheritance of a few fans, but Steampunk things attract lovers of unusual. Among them – jewelry designer Anna Kapustina. She creates jewelry in the style of steampunk and guns. Bright, delicate, glamorous, sparkling – the way she sees this style.
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Van Cleef Seven Seas jewellery

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Fish. Van Cleef Seven Seas jewellery

Van Cleef Seven Seas jewellery
Most recently, one of the most luxurious and famous jewelry houses Van Cleef & Arpels presented the new Seven Seas jewellery collection. The collection was so successful that is now considered worthy to enter the history of fine jewelry. Presented in Paris Van Cleef jewels were created by artists inspired by the sea wanderings, so the collection is called «Seven Seas». It is noteworthy that the same title have poetic works of the famous storyteller traveler Rudyard Kipling. Seven Seas – Black, Caspian, Mediterranean, Red, Arabic, Adriatic and Atlantic and Indian oceans – defined the mood of refined intricate jewelry.
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Asiya Trosheikina lace jewellery

Asiya Trosheikina lace jewellery

Asiya Trosheikina lace jewellery

Master jeweler Asiya Trosheikina lives in St. Petersburg. She creates graceful in its minimalism, original, with an emphasis on lace jewelry of silver and non-precious non-ferrous metals. Asiya is particularly fascinated with the combination of textile and metal in jewelry. All products are made according to her own designs, by hand, with great love and attention. During the years of study at the university, Asiya Trosheikina studied a lot of possibilities and perspectives of the world of jewelry, but the theme of textiles in jewelry has captivated her most of all.
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