I got my eye on you…

I got my eye on you…

>> If all jewellery installations were like the one I saw at Delfina Delettrez' latest 'Love is in the Hair' collection presentation, I'm more than likely to venture to write about something I know nothing about and be well prepared to be slated to bits for it.  Fine jewellery is a world that is beyond me.  Its terminology of silver/gold/diamond weights, semi/full/non precious stones and settings, chains and clasps is something I've yet to acquire.  Delettrez therefore made it a whole lot easier for me to digest by bringing wigs into play.  Wigs created by opera wig maestros in Rome to be exact, designed to Delettrez' specification ranging from goddesses to pop icons to Marie Antoinette types.  Delettrez' eye is still everywhere, gazing at you from rings and pendants but the idea really came from encasing locks of hair in resin, an old fashioned token of love that developed into this madcap installation that did not fail to make everyone in Parisian sweltering heat smile and squeal a bit.  Marie Claire's Taylor Tomasi-Hill, who was at the presentation marvelling at it all, got it in one – "You'd have to be a very boring person to NOT like this!"  I'm inclined to agree….















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  1. Karlito

    2011-10-01 at 12:07 AM

    I love how the wigs and jewelry play off of each other. Keeps the energy cycling continuously; I love it!

  2. Evelyn

    2011-10-01 at 12:24 AM

    This is the new way of installing jewellery. It’s not just making the jewellery itself interesting, it also bringing out the sense of fine itself by having Marie Antoinette’s wig. Great post dear. Anw, is it in London?

  3. Joy

    2011-10-01 at 12:29 AM

    This is so freaking awesome. Alice Wonderland x Marie Antoinette.

  4. elvira

    2011-10-01 at 1:14 AM

    everything is just perfect.. and the necklaces i need them ALL!

  5. lewis

    2011-10-01 at 1:26 AM

    Every hair is in place i would love to know how thats done its amazing my personal favourite is the first one i want them scissors check out my blog it isnt as good as your but ive only just began maybe one day mine will be as big as yours your an inspiration http://fashionsamnesty.blogspot.com/

  6. polly

    2011-10-01 at 9:36 AM

    wow! AMAZING! please visit my blog and follow it?

  7. Amy

    2011-10-01 at 1:30 PM

    They are literally terrifying.

  8. Style Astronaut

    2011-10-01 at 3:45 PM

    WOW! This is so crazily different. I know its like really terrifying too but ya know, is terrifying neccesarily bad? ‚ô•

  9. Taylor Lewis

    2011-10-01 at 6:52 PM

    This is so coool, such a talent!

  10. Caitlin

    2011-10-01 at 10:32 PM

    Really cool! what a crazy/amazing idea and slightly freaky… designer must have a wild imagination.
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  11. Esmeralda

    2011-10-02 at 10:16 AM

    Wow, they remind me of Dalis’s surrealism, amazing!

  12. SJP

    2011-10-02 at 10:28 AM

    WOW! I’ll be honest, these wig creatures freak me out a bit – bf looking over my shoulder was very confused and thought I was looking at a Pan’s Labyrinth sequel. Lovely jewellery though – like the bangles.

  13. Paolina

    2011-10-02 at 10:36 PM

    reminds me so much of Pans Labyrinth. I never knew you could do so much with hair
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  14. Raffles Bizarre

    2011-10-03 at 2:42 AM

    This looks absolutely incredible. Reminds me of the jewellery designer Theo Fennel, he always displays his jewellery in the most inventive installations. I would love to have an exhibition like this one day.

  15. genevieve

    2011-10-03 at 6:19 AM

    this totally scares me, in a good way.

  16. diamonds for less

    2011-10-03 at 12:44 PM

    Such funky photos!

  17. imiloa

    2011-10-05 at 10:27 PM

    this is like…the coolest thing 🙂

  18. thefashionguitar

    2011-10-08 at 8:12 PM

    Kind of freaky 😉
    XO Charlotte

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