The landmark building designed by Frank Gehry hosts the home of intellectual excitement and inspiration: the Fondation Louis Vuitton Paris. I visited the ‘In Tune with the World’ exhibition this summer.
The Yves Saint Laurent Museum has renewed it’s inaugural exhibition with about fifty garments, showcased alongside accessories, sketches, photographs and videos. During Paris Couture Week I went to discover them.
The Grand Palais has been the scene of Karl Lagerfeld’s grandiose Chanel shows since 2006. Just after the Fall‑Winter 2018/19 Haute Couture presentation a decent space was dedicated to the Coromandel-inspired jewel novelties.
I saw a few great REZA high jewellery pieces at TEFAF in Maastricht this spring but I would not miss the chance of a viewing during the Paris Fashion Week.
The Chopard boutique at the corner of Place Vendôme presented the dream runway line-up of 71 creations and we went to see them.
Piaget presented its latest chapter of High Jewellery, Sunlight Escape during the Paris Couture Week at the Piaget boutique on Rue de la Paix.
So far from the Freak-tech designs as they can possibly be, Ulysse Nardin preserves century-old techniques. Enamelling is what they are particularly known for. We visited their specialist workshop, Donzé Cadrans.
We recently visited the funky SEVENFRIDAY Space in Zurich to immerse into the #liveSEVENFRIDAY concept.
This June Richard Mille introduced the RM 71-01 Automatic Tourbillon Talisman in ten limited edition variations – the pieces combine the cutting-edge fine-watchmaking skills of Richard Mille and the unique sculptural qualities of fine art jewellery.
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