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Elisa Nalin for Gripoix
Pâte de verre, or poured glass, has been the specialty of the French house Gripoix since its founder Augustine Gripoix began making costume jewelry in the 1860s. Throughout the twentieth century, the atelier in Paris has crafted extraordinary designs for the likes of Chanel, Givenchy, Lanvin, and Christian Dior—the twisted, wiry creations refracting colored light like wearable stained-glass ornaments. For fall 2014, the house has tapped Paris-based Italian stylist Elisa Nalin for a capsule collection which she calls Nomad, inspired by far-flung destinations and the exotic treasures that have found their way into her overflowing jewelry box over the years.
The range spans the simple and stackable (think long, beaded chains and plaited bracelets) right through to pure statement pieces, like a Peruvian-inspired collar of trapezoids glistening with blue beads and points of coral glass. She has even added a knit clutch to the mix, trimmed with golden fringes of sorbet-colored baubles. Nalin is a street-style fixture, but don’t hold that against her—these jewels aren’t pavement paste. She’s executed a modern, eccentric take on Gripoix’s grand legacy, which is (if one must philosophize) a fitting sign of the times. read more