Kaleidoscope effect

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Gold Dresses Kaleidoscope

Portrait of Maria Serra Pallavicino in gold dress. 1606. Artist Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)

Portrait of Maria Serra Pallavicino in gold dress. 1606. Artist Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)

Gold Dresses Kaleidoscope. Dresses with threads of precious metals are very heavy, taking into account the mantle plume of any coronation dress. It’s hard even to imagine how difficult it was to wear them. Nevertheless, almost all the coronation gowns include fabric with metallic threads and were decorated with real gold and silver embroidery. In the XX century, there were two periods when the metallic threads and Lurex were very much in fashion. First – in the late 60’s and early 70’s, second – in the late 80-early 90’s. Silver and gold, glitter and lurex were periodically in and out of fashion, and now there is a return of interest in metallic texture in a suit, shoes and accessories.
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Enamel flowers by Nikolay Suslov

Enamel flowers by Nikolay Suslov

Enamel flowers by Nikolay Suslov

Russian jeweler Nikolay Suslov is a child of war, deaf and dumb from birth. He was born September 25, 1941 in Kostroma, into the family of students of Kostroma Textile Institute. Then it was impossible to predict that he would be a Honorary Citizen of the city of Kostroma. Nikolay Suslov has served the fatherland about 20 years as a rector of his Alma Mater, a creator of a dynasty, which has given about 100 years of excellent service at the university. Passion for creativity woke up in Nikolay Suslov quite early. For him, who was born a deaf and disabled, classes in drawing and painting were successful adaptation. Children’s Art Classes at the school contributed to the development of creative abilities. Boarding school for deaf children, in which he studied, paid much attention to the crafts lessons. Natural hard work, wise parents and teachers helped to develop the sensitive artistic ability and the right choice of profession.
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Jean Louis Sabaji Women flowers

Jean Louis Sabaji Women flowers

Jean Louis Sabaji Women flowers

Jean Louis Sabaji – a young designer from Lebanon, whose collections, the first of which appeared in 2012, has always met a warm reception from the public. He has worked in every detail of creation blinding beauty and femininity and embodies the true glamor. The main source of inspiration for Jean-Louis is the nature, the amazing flora and fauna. It is not surprising that his models so often resemble beautiful flowers. However, he refers to creations of the human hands, finding the images in painting, architecture and music. The designer defines his style as ultra feminine, simple (but not too easy), with a modicum of modern eccentricity. He loves the luxurious texture of silk, organza, taffeta, lace and embroidery.
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Metal tattoo instead of jewelry

Metal tattoo instead of jewelry

Metal tattoo instead of jewelry

For those who want to look bright, stylish and elegant, 2015 summer offers a new feature – Metal tattoo instead of jewelry. Fortunately, no one offers to turn into a terminator for the sake of fashion. It is about time to use stickers that imitate gold, silver and copper ornaments, as well as beautiful graceful patterns with a metallic sheen. The new trend is called Flash tattoos. They can be purchased from famous brands and online jewelry shops. Of course, do not expect from these little things longevity – these stickers can be worn maximum for a week, after which they are washed away. You can also find a beach option, which, as promised, is a water-resistant.
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Simkha Jewelry by Olga Shneyderova

Brooch Cat

Brooch Cat. Simkha Jewelry by Olga Shneyderova

The brooch “Cat” is in the house Museum of cats in Lloret de Mar in Spain. Collection “Cats” was released for the exhibition at the festival “Moon Cat” in Lloret de Mar in Spain 27 February – 5 March 2011. Moscow born artist jeweler Olga Shneyderova has lived the last 5 years in Netanya, Israel. In her life there were good teachers. The sculptor has taught her to look through the items and notice how the intersection of spaces forms new forms. Very old and blind artist taught her to feel the color with the touch of hands, and the composer taught her to paint sounds. Psychic taught to invest in the creation of the hands emotional message, and the Lord God taught to distinguish and invest only good.
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Minankary jewellery Art

Minankary jewellery Art. Large ring Pomegranate Tree. Silver, hot cloisonne

Minankary jewellery Art. Large ring Pomegranate Tree. Silver, hot cloisonne

Minankary jewellery Art, known as cloisonne emerged in Georgia when it was the province of the Byzantine Empire, in the VIII century. In the XV century the art was forgotten, but in the early 2000s began the revival of this jewelery art. All these Minankary massive rings, brooches and pendants are handmade in one piece by talented Georgian artists jewelers. Material for creating gorgeous jewelry – hot enamel and silver. Fine works of art, made with good taste and perfect craftsmanship can not leave anyone indifferent.
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Choosing necklace

Choosing necklace. Kenneth Jay Lane vintage bead necklace

Choosing necklace. Kenneth Jay Lane vintage bead necklace with asymmetrical flower

Usual chain necklace or beads may radically change the image of any girl and make her more stylish and fashionable. These accessories are suitable for any time of day or night and will be an excellent decoration. Today, as before, any necklace may intrigue and attracts attention of others. The main thing you need to pay attention when choosing these ornaments – a form of the neck and face. For example, a necklace of gold is excellent with evening dresses and clothes of office style. In that case, if you want to try on a necklace to a simple outfit, choose a chain with a small pendant. For the evening version is suitable luxurious necklace with precious stones – diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires.
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