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Diamond icons by Igor Kotelyanets

Diamond icons by Igor Kotelyanets

Icon of the Mother of God Semistrelnaya (seven arrows). Diamond icons by Igor Kotelyanets

Diamond icons by Igor Kotelyanets

Technology of diamond installation in manufacturing icons appeared in 2004, it is a new trend in art, which also has no analogues in the world. All work is done by hand by professional craftsmen, who previously receive the blessing on the creation of icons, each installation is a unique work of art. The idea of creation encrusted with diamonds icons using natural colored diamonds and diamond chips dates 12.02.2004 and belongs to Igor Kotelyanets (born 1961). The idea of creating such a direction emerged from Igor Ivanovich Kotelyanets in the Russian city of Sevastopol, in one of the cult objects.
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Beauty collector Marjorie Merriweather Post

Beauty collector Marjorie Merriweather Post

Beauty collector Marjorie Merriweather Post (March 15, 1887 – September 12, 1973)

Beauty collector Marjorie Merriweather Post
Marjorie Merriweather Post valued beauty, elegance, graciousness, and spent her life literally among the treasures. During her life she owned the exquisite gardens, collections, and estate. The only child of Ella Merriweather Post and Charles William Post, she became the wealthiest woman in the United States at the age of 27, the owner of the $20 million cereal company, later known as the General Foods Corporation. She was married four times, and her third husband, the second US ambassador to the Soviet Union Joseph Davies brought her to the Soviet Russia. The couple lived in the Soviet Union from 1937 to 1938, under Joseph Stalin. Living in Russia, Joseph Davies and Marjorie Post, both collectors, acquired many valuable Russian works of art from Soviet authorities. She died at the age of 86, and now her collection, in all its splendor, is opened for the public’s enjoyment.
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Dolce&Gabbana keys opening hearts

The Portrait of Lucrezia Panciatichi, painting by the Italian artist Agnolo di Cosimo, known as Bronzino, around 1545. Winter/Fall 2014-15 Jewelry collection Dolce&Gabbana keys opening hearts

The Portrait of Lucrezia Panciatichi, painting by the Italian artist Agnolo di Cosimo, known as Bronzino, around 1545. Winter/Fall 2014-15 Jewelry collection Dolce&Gabbana keys opening hearts

Dolce&Gabbana keys opening hearts. Dolce & Gabbana have opened our hearts with the help of these wonderful earrings in the form of keys from the beautiful jewelry collection Fall / Winter 2014-2015. Fairy tales, enchanted forests and mysterious gardens have inspired Dolce & Gabbana women’s collection Fall / Winter 2014-15. Within these themes are patterns such as floral prints, applique with animals and, of course, the keys – the keys to the secret garden, the keys to the tower where the princess is locked, the keys to our hearts.
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Embroidery wizard Francois Lesage

Embroidery wizard Francois Lesage

Embroidery wizard Francois Lesage

Embroidery wizard Francois Lesage

December 1, 2011 after a serious, prolonged illness died famous embroiderer and owner of the famous Parisian Embroidery House Francois Lesage. His amazing work and contribution to the development of haute couture is immense. French Embroidery wizard Francois Lesage (March 31, 1929 – December 1, 2011) was a Chevalier of the Legion d’Honneur. “I never forget that I am only an embroiderer, craftsman, and my imagination should be framed in a simple matter of fact materials – silk, sequins, stones. But they give birth to a firebird dream that I just want to catch on the tail. But the dream can not be caught – it is always in front, making our life more beautiful …” – François Lesage. Fashion without embroidery – the same as Bastille Day without fireworks!”- said Karl Lagerfeld, and added: “For me, this embroidery means Lesage”.
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Alchemy Gothic jewelry

Alchemy Gothic jewelry. Lady Amaranth in Alchemy England catalogue, wearing the Emerald Venom necklace & Mortuarium earstuds

Alchemy Gothic jewelry. Lady Amaranth in Alchemy England catalog, wearing the Emerald Venom necklace & Mortuarium earstuds

If any Halloween follower wants to look scary and glamorous at the same time, then Alchemy 1977’s is the best choice. Alchemy Gothic jewelry is a world recognized brand founded by two self-taught artists from Manchester – Geoff Kayson and Trevor Phillipson. They themselves describe the start of their business “Broke, jobless and into rock and punk music in Leicester in 1977, GK started making punk anti-jewellery and selling it to local shops, at gigs and by mail order”. Now Alchemy Gothic is the world leader in the manufacture of beautiful esoteric and contemporary jewellery, accessories for the Gothic lifestyle.
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Fall 2014 Accessories

Vogue Fall 2014 Accessories

Vogue Fall 2014 Accessories

Vogue Fall 2014 Accessories predict the most important trend for neck jewelry in 2015, whether it’s necklaces, chokers, or chains – their volume, it has to be massive. To find graceful and slender neck ornaments in the collections of famous brands is virtually impossible. In the coming year, all the signs of gigantism and shock value and many neck ornaments are made of bright material in large format. This style will feature all models of jewelry for the neck – from the suspension to necklaces, chokers, lockets, chains and even beads. Brooch of live orchids, artificial lilies or unidentifiable flowers – an important accessory, especially pertinent to the lapels of a coat.
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Slavic Glory by Agnieszka Osipa

Slavic Glory by Agnieszka Osipa

Editorial Trapped for GLASbook. Photo Ekaterina Belinskaya. Russian model Anastasya Goryunova. Artwork by Polish costume designer Agnieszka Osipa

Slavic Glory by Agnieszka Osipa. Agnieszka Osipa is a professional costume and fashion designer from Poland. She graduated from the Lodz Academy of Fine Arts, with diploma in fashion design. The exquisite costumes of a talented designer Agnieszka Osipa are beautiful and breathtakingly powerful. She says that it can take up to two weeks to create a headdress, sometimes less, depends on particular design.
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