LUZ CAMINO AND LOLITA PELEGRIME: LOOKING THROUGH THE EYES OF DREAMERS

September25Jewelry in Art
ORDINARY PEOPLE AND OBJECTS BECOME EXTRAORDINARY IN THE HANDS OF PHENOMENAL ARTISTS.
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When I first saw a painting by a young, talented Lithuanian artist, Lolita Pelegrime (@pelegrime_lolita), I had a sense of happy deja vu. This is what I had been searching for!
Staring at me was a red-haired woman: her body half-turned, pastel strokes of clothes fused with a white ambience.
Instantly, I had a vision of Lolita’s portraits twinned with masterpieces created by an incredible Spanish jewelry designer Luz Camino.

They are both marvelous and utterly individual, each putting a fantastic amount of love, emotion, creativity and sensitivity into their work.

And they are both Dreamers..

‘Inspired by nature’ is an extreme understatement about Luz Camino’s work. Her pieces are Nature itself, transformed into wearable art through her consummate use of gems, precious metals, unconventional materials, and innovative techniques, along with the way she pushes to the limit her skills as a jeweler and her artistic imagination.

From exquisite, expensive stones to tin cans, in her designs, Luz is not afraid to experiment. She employs anything and everything. Mushroom brooches, acorn earrings, a pencil shavings-shaped ring: she elevates the essence and beauty of ordinary objects high above the prose of everyday life.

To treat your eyes and imagination to other, similar marvels created by Luz Camino, see the Moda Operandi trunkshow.

THE SHINING OF ARISTOCRACY: BUCCELLATI AND BEATRICE BORROMEO

THE RAVISHING TANDEM OF ITALIAN JEWELER BUCCELLATI AND BEATRICE BORROMEO OPENS A NEW PAGE IN THE ART OF JEWELRY
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Illustration by Hakan Arblom 

A dignified European royal, intellectual, free spirit, modern female role model and style icon on a magical day at the Piazza di Spagna, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza di Pietra and at Villa Lante al Gianicolo on Janiculum Hill in Rome for an elegant black-and-white campaign shot by British photographer Josh Olins.
Who else to represent the classy, refined chic of the sumptuous Roman atmosphere if not the gorgeous Beatrice Borromeo, wearing new masterpieces by Buccellati inspired by the Italian Renaissance and delicate ornaments of the natural world?
The Rombi collection of earrings, ring and watch and the Ramage ring and pendant, in white and yellow gold with diamonds, all radiate light and regal splendor in the melancholic haze of the Mediterranean sun.
This symbiosis of the luxury Italian heritage jewelry brand with an elegant member of the Italian elite – Beatrice Borromeo is a journalist, documentarian and special envoy for human rights of the global platform Fashion 4 Development – showcases these pieces of perfection. They can be worn separately or together, seamlessly blending with an exquisite evening gown at a formal reception in a royal palace or with elegant casual attire at a quite bistro.
Such intricate craftsmanship has continued through the Buccellati family for several generations. These luxurious, rich pieces are so delicate and sophisticated that they can be worn all together, and still not look even the tiniest bit too much.

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