Chanel celebrates Gabrielle Chanel’s love of diamonds with a excessive jewelry assortment to launch on the Biennale de Antiquaires de Paris this September. Feathers are the theme of this assortment and one of many fundamental sights is the lengthy diamond-set  brooch that Gabrielle Chanel introduced in 1932 at her “Bijoux de Diamants” present. The unique feather, that’s cleverly engineered with versatile articulations, was first proven on a wax mannequin and worn as a head band alongside the forehead. Not one of the unique items survived  as they have been later taken aside.  Taking inspiration from Gabrielle’s exhibition, Chanel’s newest assortment of jewelry pays homage to the 1932 assortment and just like the originals, every jewels begins with a water color sketch. The following stage is to create a wax forged is fashioned. As soon as the gold mannequin has been forged, the stones are set within the mounts which have all been polished by hand with thread to make sure most luminosity to the diamonds. The method is solely artisan requiring months of labor within the atelier: simply as Coco would have wished it to be.

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