Boucheron’s New Art Deco-Inspired High-Jewelry Collection Is Designed for Both Men and Women

Gregory P. Daily

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For Boucheron‘s latest high jewelry collection, Histoire de Style, creative director Claire Choisne delved into the brand’s extensive archives from the Art Deco period, spanning the ’20s through the ’40s, to turn out jewels fitting for a modern-day Daisy Buchanan.

But this time around, the pieces are meant to be as wearable on free-wheeling femmes fatales as they are on a 21st-century Gatsby. The jewels were created with the intention that both men and women would enjoy them in equal measure. But will gentlemen of means flock to the oldest house on the Place Vendôme for diamond-encrusted statement necklaces, rings and brooches? “To be truly honest, we don’t know yet,” says CEO Hélène Poulit-Duquesne. “But it’s a genuine true and sincere belief from Claire and myself. If you look at history, men have actually been wearing jewelry for the last thousands

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Latest Jeans Trends from RTW Collection for Spring Summer 2021

Gregory P. Daily

We’ve covered all the latest jeans trends from the Spring Summer 2021 collections. Boot cut, double fabric, knee-length capris and many more, check them out!

Hey gorgeous, a pair of jeans is one garment that never goes out of style. Season after season, denim always finds a spot in the designer collections. Be it winter, summer, or spring, jeans are fit for all seasons. Whether you wanna wear them with an overcoat or team them with a tank top, jeans always work out the best!

We absolutely love going through the latest designer collections. While we were browsing the ready to wear spring summer 2021 collections of the top designers like Gucci, Moschino, Dolce, Balenciaga, etc. we spotted some cool jeans trends. We analyzed the most prominent trends and ranked them on the basis of their popularity, importance and freshness. Lastly, we compiled them along

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Princess Anne new ‘style icon’ after royal used as ‘muse’ in Italian fashion collection | Royal | News

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Princess Anne’s “effortless, nonchalant style” has become the focus of fascination for fashion designers, according to commentators. This comes after an Italian brand confirmed that they had used the Princess Royal’s extended history of outfits as inspiration for their latest collection. Royally Obsessed podcast hosts Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed the new unexpected “style icon”.

Ms Bowie told listeners: “My high this week has been the revelation that Princess Anne is a muse for the Serafini fashion house.

“We know that obviously, Diana is a style icon, but so is Anne.

“She’s all over the Pre-Fall 2021 mood board for this Italian fashion house called ‘Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini’, which I’m unfamiliar with.

“The collection even nods to Anne’s equestrian days, what she wore to Royal Ascot in the 80s, some of her evening wear.”

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She continued:

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Precious Lee Models Area’s Spring 2021 Couture Collection

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Area always gets us excited for sparkling dresses that celebrate showing skin with confidence. For the New York brand’s first couture show, designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk tapped trailblazer Precious Lee and catwalk favorite Yasmin Wijnaldum to model a body-positive, 14-look collection that can be described as sexy, fantasy couture.

“Haute Couture originally started in Paris in 1858 but looking deeper into history and tracing back to ancient civilizations, there has always been a deep connection and appreciation for craft and beauty,” Fogg and Panszczyk said in a press statement. “It’s like Haute Couture has been ingrained into our souls culturally expressed in different ways. Whether it be for religious purposes, or simply the innate need to create something beautiful.”

“With this couture collection we want to showcase our ability and dedication to creating beauty by hand. Every look in this collection has been developed over an extensive time

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