Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Monday, April 21, 2014
As a young girl, I aspired for branded bags and heels and everything according to the glossy magazine definition of what was cool. My concept of luxury changed, however, once I began toting such objects – and feeling like a walking signboard when logos were obvious. Its the same realisation that most fashionistas are having or have already had around the World. The idea that we need to come back to quality and exclusivity, for any personal meaning in the act of wearing fashion.
I use to travel a lot and pick up little things here and there. Chunky kitten heels from Tokyo, raw silk tops from deserted boutiques in Bangkok, handcrafted bangles from an overly anxious designer+salesman in Hong Kong. I liked the fact that these things were hard to get, no one else had them, and the designer had invested so much of his/herself into the whole process making their dreams come to life. Buying one scarf was a big deal to them. Because they ‘are’ their work. Buying their work is like buying a piece of art; you’re endorsing their who they are and their unique vision. Its this ‘specialness’ that drew me into collecting fashion from Independent Designers, and eventually figuring out a way to represent and distribute their work.
SHOP THE EARRINGS:JADE GREEN SIRSAK EARRINGS
Friday, April 11, 2014
NAGICIA JEWELRY & HANDBAGS
A Treasure from the Island of the Gods
All we need is love, but a little chocolate doesn't hurt.
April Birthstone is a Ladies Best Friend.
The ancient Hindus believed that diamonds were created by lightning bolts that struck the Earth. Greek legend entails that diamonds are the tears of the Gods, star splinters and crystallized lightening. The stone is said to represent faith, loyalty, honesty, purity, love and innocence and bestow on the wearer peace and fulfilling relationships. The world’s most precious gem is said to inspire creativity in individuals and bring its owner protection, wealth and happiness.
A carry-all for your Easter weekend. Ular tote in golden yellow USD499.
One of our best sellers - Le Croissant in cobraskin USD269.
Sirsak Leaf earring in nude USD50.
Sirsak Leaf ring in nude USD105.
use code IHEARTEASTER on Nagicia.com to get 20% off all of April!
I Heart Bali
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Monday, November 25, 2013
We are super chuffed to see our Sirsak rings in this editorial with a huge list of fabulous A list designers!
Alyona Subbotina, Hanaa Ben Abdesslem, Herieth Paul, Luisa Bianchin, Marike Le Roux, Chantal Stafford-Abbott and styled by Giulio Martinelli, Hair by Federico Ghezzi, Makeup by Francelle Daly
Gilet di volpe, Fay; chemisier Equipment. Cintura What Goes Around Comes Around. Nella pagina accanto, da sinistra. Giacca damascata, Tricot Chic; blusa Just Cavalli; jeans 7 For All Mankind; collana Dinosaur Designs; bracciale Fendi; anello Nagicia; shopping bag di volpe, Tod’s; scarpe Gucci. Giacca di panno con ricami sulla manica, Elisa Cavaletti; pantaloni Aniye By; hat Kokin; anello Nagicia; borsa Borbonese 1910. Giacca Adrienne Landau; pantaloni Lost Art; anello Krupp; platforms Cherry. Hair Federico Ghezzi. Make-up Francelle for NARS Cosmetics. Manicure Alicia Torello @ The Wall Group. Fashion editor Giulio Martinelli. Set design by Loren Crawford. On set production Jaymie Wisneski e Sloan Laurits @ Foundry Production. Special thanks to Noah Shelly - See more at: http://www.vogue.it/magazine/fashion-stories/2011/10/suggestions-by-kt-auleta#ad-image134690