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2015 CG/Britweek Design Icon Award

Christopher Guy Britweek 2015 Design Icon Award Thomas Heatherwick

Four Seasons Private Jet Revealed: An Inside Look at Luxury in the Sky

Van Der Bauwede Genève – Baselworld Models

VDBA watch and jewellery company for several generations, Van Der Bauwede Genève epitomizes ultimate luxury and displays boundless creativity in fulfilling your desires. Endowed with unique Swiss know-how and proven technical expertise, our teams of designers, watchmakers and jewellers demonstrate an exuberantly imaginative approach enabling them to create models distinguished by daring shapes and subtle nuances.

vdbtwilight1This year the major new watch model is synonymous with horolgoical complication with the VDB Legend T. Crown collection for men, equipped with a Tourbillon and retailing at CHF 19,800. For ladies, the TWILIGHT collection is in spotlight, with watches driven by calibres 15 and 10 on the one hand; as well as fine jewellery and jewellery models featuring a number of non-set and gem-set creations interpreting the same vampire-style theme. Finally, the IVY CLASSIC straps, a brand signature for the past 20 years, are making a grand comeback in the form of IVY PRECIOUS models set with diamonds of various colours and matching the stunning rings of the HENNA collection, brimming with vivid arabesque motifs inspired by oriental designs.

The must-have collections such as the VDB Legend Rider collections for men, and the women’s SNAKE, NEB-K, OCEAN DREAM, BUTTERFLY or VDB Diamond Solitaire watch, fine jewellery and jewellery collections are all there and are interpreted in countless different ways procuring a wide variety of pleasures.

vdbtwilight2The TWILIGHT collection is dedicated to the deep-seated
emotions we can feel pulsing through our veins. TWILIGHT
is an invitation to catch a glimpse of eternity. Embodying
both light and darkness it offers contrasts as powerful
as day and night, fire and ice, black and white – while
revealing a ‘blood’ red shade and exuding a rock-inspired


Pendant 00754
750 white gold (30 g)
Set with 1.25 cts of white diamonds, 1.70 cts
of black diamonds, 31.97 cts of heart-shaped
rubellites and 4.26 cts of teardrop-shaped
Earrings 00755
750 white gold (20 g)
Set with 0.24 cts of white diamonds, 2.50 cts
of black diamonds, 18.34 cts of oval-shaped
rubellites and 3.12 cts of teardrop-shaped
Ring 00757
750 white gold (21 g)
Set with 0.80 cts of white diamonds, de 1.25 cts
of black diamonds and 14.02 cts of rubellites
Ring 00758
750 white gold (20 g)
Set with 1.50 cts of white diamonds, 0.12 cts of
black diamonds and 11.10 cts of rubellites

New York Fall 2014: Elements | Texture

By Taige Jensen at TheNewYorkTimes

A thematic visual diary of New York Fashion Week inspired by the essential building blocks of fashion and style.

Crowd Surfing: Tom Ford SS2014 Menswear Campaign

 By Staff Writerat Luxury Insider


Crowd Surfing Tom Ford Ss2014 Menswear Campaign

Models, Conrad Bromfield and Carlos Peters front the latest Tom Ford campaign. Clothed in a colourful wardrobe, Conrad Bromfield dons a bright pink blazer, floral trousers and tiger-stripped loaders while Carlos Peters is in a red-flowered blazer, and a pair of chic, dark shades…all this while crowd surfing above a sea of bare bodied party-goers.

Click here for the full story on Men’s FOLIO.

Crowd Surfing Tom Ford Ss2014 Menswear Campaign 1


London Fashion Week: SS14 Collection HIGHLIGHTS


Burberry, Williamson and Kane at London Fashion Week

 by dhef kjf


Burberry sent a whimsical collection of its trademark trench coats down the runway at London Fashion Week, embellished with heart motifs, animal prints and metallic detailing for autumn/winter 2013.
The collection, entitled Trench Kisses, added a sense of playfulness to the brand’s historical heritage, with translucent rubber panels, metal eyelets and laminated leather adding contrasting textures.
Held in London’s famous Hyde Park, models strode down the catwalk with fitted dresses, chic pencil skirts, knitted jumpers and shiny golden belts. Scottish designer Christopher Kane has put on a bumper display, putting five collections before the eyes of the fashion world.

The event was held in on an expansive empty floor of a modern office space in the City of London.
The collection featured oversized silhouettes, dropped waists and elegant fitted velvet dresses with sheer tulle bands, and camouflage pattern.
Alongside edgy, party dresses (organza flowers appliquéd onto matching skirts and tunic tops), luxurious coats and highly desirable shoes.

Designer Matthew Williamson presented his idea of a quintessentially British rose on the catwalk at the glamorous Royal Opera House. The colourful dresses were inspired by a trip to see the Northern Lights.
Models strode onto the catwalk in a kaleidoscope of different colours and patterns, of sulphur yellows, tangy oranges and bright fuchsias. Sequinned patterns of roses were sewn onto sweaters and skirts with pleated detailing, with embellished necklines inspired by native Nordic costumes.

Mid-length dresses layered over coloured turtle necks and tailored trousers, with thick coats resembled woven blankets, with knitted rabbit fur sweaters and glamorous evening gowns in rich jewel tones completing the collection.
The five-day London Fashion Week concluded on Tuesday (February 19).
The event is a destination for buyers from across the globe, and is estimated to generate sales of 100 million pounds.

London Fashion Week Highlights

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