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An edit with Spinelli Kilcollin and Pomellato

POMELLATO, a traditional jewelry maker established in the late 1960s and SPINELLI KILCOLLIN, contemporary jewelry design from Los Angeles, both combine remarkable appearance, carefully selected materials, and traditional craftsmanship.

A new design from the archives of CELINE. This includes the reintroduction of old logos and motifs. In addition to the Crécy and Camarat insignia, as well as the Sulky logo (a horse-drawn carriage used mainly for trotting, designed in 1966), the Triomphe logo is one of the most outstanding ones.

Inspired by the elegance and sophistication of Italian film star Monica Vitti, who played most of her roles in the 1960s and 1970s, this bag comes in different grained leather options. Also, the brand was one of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ favorites and a signature brand to the New York elite in the 1970s. The BV CLASSIC feels like the type of look they would have had.

The 1960s were a decade of change—a spirit embodied in the futuristic Shell Chair by CARL HANSEN & SØN. Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner designed the chair in 1963 with the intention of creating an object that is both unique and comfortable but also affordable. The result was a chair that actually looked futuristic, something new that had never been seen before at the time. A completely new aesthetic for the designer, more in line with the designs of his contemporary fellow American pioneers Charles and Ray Eames.

A classic collection by the traditional Danish silver manufacturer GEORG JENSEN in collaboration with contemporary designer Jacqueline Rabun.“The natural shapes and curves of the body are essential to everything I design”, explains Jacqueline Rabun.

Walking through Vienna tracing great design feels like looking through a kaleidoscope. At every turn, surprises unfold. Shapes and colors are arranged to reveal Baroque architecture and traditional craftsmanship in one moment, and iconic buildings made of marble without almost no ornament in the next. This is Vienna, through a kaleidoscope of design.

RUINART stands for innovation. Ever since its founding in 1729, the champagne house has dared to innovate and has always been considered a pioneer by many. In a long development phase, the Maison has designed a new packaging that will replace the existing boxes. The result is a unique design. A cover that elegantly encloses the bottle.

The perfect curve is often found in nature. The inside of an open shell or the ephemeral shape left behind by a wave in the sand. Always inspired by the world around her, designer Regitze Overgaard has worked tirelessly to create her own perfect bow— manifested in the Curve Collection by GEORG JENSEN.

In 1987, Nina Koppel designed the visionary GEORG JENSEN Fusion ring— a modular jewelry design system that allows the wearer to freely mix white, rose and yellow gold rings in an ever-growing number of combinations. Today it’s one of the most famous Georg Jensen jewelry designs.

The color spectrum of the 1970s is wide—bright colors like orange, yellow and apple green were very common. But also muted and neutral colors, such as different shades of brown, beige and gray.