My jewelry world has become an eclectic mix of cultures: my own, the ones of countries I explore and the ones of the destinations that inspire the stunning jewels I discover. The elegant pastel look I wore for the Couture Design Awards ceremony in Las Vegas is inspired by this wonderful feeling! As a judge, I wanted to dress in something truly special, echoing the shades of the sunset over the Nevada desert and paying a tribute to the land of the rising sun.
For this look, I adorned myself with jewels from the new Japan-inspired Obi collection by Silvia Furmanovich, the winner of Las Vegas Couture Design Awards in the Innovative category. The stunning fan, marquetry blush chrysanthemum clutch and tassel pearl necklace that I picked all mimic the original Japanese kimono sash fabrics of the past centuries. My final sparkly detail – elegant statement peach butterfly earrings with morganite gemstones!
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I decided to wear a beautiful pastel blue dress by Birger Christensen to act as a subtle backdrop for Silvia Furmanovich Japan-inspired jewels. In signature GEMOLOGUE style, I just couldn’t resist adding an edgy touch to my dainty outfit with a vivid citrus orange eyeshadow and statement embroidered pumps by Dries Van Noten.
Thanks for stopping by! Let me know in comments down below if you liked these Japan’s inspired jewels of Silvia Furmanovich!
JEWELRY BY SILVIA FURMANOVICH
DRESS BY ROTATE BY BIRGER CHRISTENSEN
PUMPS BY DRIES VAN NOTEN
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