The first book to celebrate the timeless beauty and craftsmanship of Dior’s jewelry designs. Since launching Dior Fine Jewelry in 1998, Victoire de Castellane has been celebrated for having revolutionized the staid world of jewelry design. Her designs play with the barriers between natural and artificial. Renowned as one of the most creative and fearless jewelry designers in the world, she trailblazed the use of the semiprecious gemstones and lacquered gold in baroque, translucent colors. Her sources of inspiration include a global mix of pop culture, floral and natural motifs, and the visual excesses of Bollywood.
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Michèle Heuzé is a jewelry historian and gemologist. In 2005, she was curator for the exhibition on avant-garde French jewelry and she made a documentary about French jewelry in 2008. She has contributed to numerous magazines, exhibitions catalogues, and books, including L'Estampille - L'Objet d'Art.Review:
"A beautiful new book featuring all of the Dior Fine Jewelry collections called Dior Joaillerie is available today. Lovers of bling aren't the only ones who will fall for this photographic tome: the glitzy, avant-garde creations of designer Victoire de Castellane are bona fide art objects that toe the line between humor and extravagance. Who wouldn't want a piece her jewelry box? Here are a few gems from the book." ~Marth Stewart Living: Weddings
"Since launching Dior Fine Jewelry in 1998, Victoire de Castellane has revolutionized the world of high jewelry design. Renowned as one of the most creative and fearless jewelry designers in the world, she is considered a trailblazer for her use of colored gemstones to create haute couture rings, necklaces, brooches, and earrings. In the first book to celebrate the timeless beauty and craftsmanship of Dior’s fine jewelry designs, DIOR JOAILLERIE (Rizzoli; March 2012) offers readers a look inside the creative brilliance of de Castellane’s work." ~Fashion Gossip
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Descripción Rizzoli, 2012. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0847837181