Swarovski Elements enchants the beholder with it’s sparkling multiple facets which embodies timeless charm. Many reputable fashion, jewelry, art and architecture houses apply these precious crystals on their signature creations.
Swarvoski featured fashion designs made by haute couturiers reflects Swarovski’s endearement to collaborate with fashion to add the essential brilliance to accentuate dress designs. Copious amounts of huge rhinestones crystals formed corsets by On Aura Tout Vu and the intricate leaf pattern detailing by Giles Deacon on his dress creation (above image) were definitely the centrepieces of this remarkable exhibition.
Aijing Wu, a Lasalle design school student created a magnificient figure flattering evening dress which featured a cluster a crystals around the bust area and leather shoulder wrap around weaving the crystals in place.
Artist designer Yoko Ono
John Lennon described her as the world’s most famous unknown artist everybody knows her name, but nobody knows what she does. Her personal vision was fashioned through “Key to open the forest” with individual keys unlocking momentous eventful doors of life. Crystal keys catch light and shine like no other!
Legendary Harper’s Bazaar and American Vogue editor Diana Vreeland known for her timeless chic style, she has been inspired by French designer Coco Chanel who used copious miles of pearls to adorn her little black dresses. Ornate pieces of bracelets and necklaces adorned with large crystals were showcased.
The majestic crown jewels collection!
Works of architectural art with a huge crystal defying gravity encased in a cube.