The house Elisa Ness has no style, but rather a vision, that of couture creations. No fairy tales, only the quest for a modern and sophisticated silhouette, without the clichés. Her last collections loving details, where the wedding dress is primarily a reflection of a taste, a personality embodied by its singularity. The natural inclination of the mark for artisans and art crafts, privileges the exception as an antidote to standardization.
Working with fine materials, the jewellery designer Alice Magnin works to create unique pieces you will want to wear for years. Implicating her clients to the design process, she also sources her inspiration into antic jewellery technology, nature and cultivate intentional imperfection with love that results into custom crafted rings in beautiful metals that fit perfectly with the personnality of those who wear them.
At first sight, it may look like a simple set of paper, but wedding invitations are the one-of-a-kind detail that will introduce your big day to your guests. It sets up the tone of your wedding and gives a preview of your day. This is why Lilac & White have created simple, elegant and classic designs to master a magical and sophisticated setting. If you’re struggled with finding the perfect invite suites, we suggest you to check their customizable designs..
True to her unconditional love for the incredible French know-how, the Maison Céline de Monicault reveals her new 2020 collection “Ecume”. An ode to the woman, sensual, feminine, elegant, never too primed with exquisite bold embroidery that gives just a touch of sparkle for creative silhouettes. By collaborating with exceptional houses, this new collection revolves around French and Belgian fabrics: organza and embroidered tulle designed by Céline, silk chiffon and our famous silk and cotton stripes, and always the washed crepe of China, heavy satin crepe, all lined with silk satin for an exquisite softness on the skin that can not be forgotten.
Saya has always been very attracted by esthetic and beautiful things. As a little girl, she always drew and then, growing up, she replaced her pencil with a camera. Then time caught her up with her exams, her beginning in the life as a woman. It’s at 20 years that she took again pictures. She found during a flea market a polaroid very intriguing by its design the SX70, she has not left since. Passionate about human she started naturally with portraits. Capturing the beauty of a person in his natural with a beautiful light, she made a series named “Human Beauty” which has been exhibited for several years in a private gallery in San Francisco. Saya tells us more about her journey and inspirations…