Inspired by the glamorous poolside culture of the Thirties and Forties, Aurélie Bidermann re-created ivory using traditional Bakelite techniques for pieces such as this tusk necklace.
Alessandra Lanvin of Aperlai used a bone motif for graphic and colorful shoes.
Cesare Paciotti designer Marco Calcinaro’s lineup of sexy shoes packed a punch of sophistication as seen in this pale pink suede pump with sword hardware detail.
Known for collections full of whimsy, Charlotte Olympia explored the world of fairy tales depicting book spines on shoes and Rapunzel on a sandal.
Creative director Christina Zeller of Delvaux expanded the Brilliant family of bags to include clutch and double-strap versions along with one made from white astrakhan fur.
Enthralled by Stacey Schiff’s book “Cleopatra: A Life,” Eddie Borgo celebrated all things Egyptian, including a black onyx scarab motif and jade and onyx pieces reminiscent of the ancient queen’s elaborate headpieces.
Bigger is better for Tom Binns, who had royalty on his mind with this regal collection of oversize gems.
Nicholas Kirkwood used a handmade leather rose to accent a group of patent leather and suede shoes and booties with a mod feel.
wishing (badly) to have that tusk necklace. 🙂 🙂
Yes, the tusk necklace has such simple sophistication. And, no elephants died to create this beauty.
I love everything on this page especially that tusk necklace!
The white bag is really cool xx
That faux tusk necklace has such a strong but sophisticated feel to it – stunning.