Mercedes Robirosa, the bronze woman... Great model and great couturier, she goes up and down the walkways of haute couture and ready-to-wear. In the somptuous, spectacular show that fashion has become since the seventies, Mercedes has played the very special role of an icy brunette, a seemingly impossible combination, whose purbered chic is guaranteed shockproof.
Since 1946, when he invented the artistic chignon and made a much-noted entrance into the world of fashion, Alexandre de Paris never ceased to work with the greatest fashion designers: Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Hubert de Givenchy, Christian Dior, Karl Lagerfeld, Madame Grès, Jean-Paul Gaultier...
What a better way to revive the child within than with a game evening bag !
We definitively love Chanel ! Now, we thought it was important to mention Lilian Bassman for all the fashion lovers you are, even if she is less famous than Louise Dahl-wolfe ! She is the photographer of this Chanel advertising campaign, New York, 1958 of the picture above.
Symetrical & pop art design for these Jacques Gautier black and white vintage earrings! Inside the Royal Palace in Paris, sumptuous building built for Richelieu in the 17th century, is a stunning contemporary work: Columns of Buren (also called "the two plates").
Did you know that the waxed mustache of Surrealist painter Salvador Dali has been voted the most famous?
Very cute little black and white vintage handbag of the 50s. Made of suede and pony's hairs. Find it here.
I'm very pleased to organize this 1st Vintage Collector Fair dedicated to Hermès. Fascinated by the beauty of objects, by the quality and the perfection of creation, I'm in constant search of unique pieces as vintage as creation.
Shop on Katheleys a unique selection of Coppola e Toppo jewels, necklaces, earrings,..
Perfect summer Look : Claire Dévé vintage unique seashell Necklace and bracelet cuff ! Sculpture, Seashell Inspiration : Marc Quinn exhibits ‘Spiral of the Galaxy’ (2013), an immense bronze sculpture measuring five metres across and taking the form of a finely detailed seashell.
Born in 1924, Jacques Gautier imposed an original style based on an exemplary mastery in working with enamel and a pictorial sense of colour and shape. He studied and retrieved the ancient technique of melted Murano glass, processed while hot as for the enamel, and which he shaped onto silver plates.