The repertoire of jewellery from Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg can be traced back to the 18th century. So-called gallantries, small porcelain gifts such as hair pins, cases and medallions were exchanged between ladies and cavaliers to show their mutual respect. Around 1870, goldsmiths started buying whole sets of porcelain plates in various sizes from Nymphenburg for broaches and earrings. A century later a collection of finely finished lockets was created with historical flower décor. Today Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg still invites designers of international acclaim to develop new creations. Patrik Muff has designed pieces of jewellery featuring strong, partly sacred symbols with clear imagery using cross and skull motifs, flaming hearts and lilies. All the collections are completely handcrafted using traditional manufacturing techniques with superb designs.
Dedicated to offering the best in high quality leather accessories, the watchword at Parabellum is longevity.Re-visiting artisanal techniques and blending them with modern military-grade materials,they have set their sights on producing premium items that are built to last.
Premium materials Reservation Bison leathers,lamb skin,military grade ceramic and Kevlar.A proudly American brand,
This iPad case is a beautifully streamlined piece of cutting edge technology, its large touch screen and slim profile leaves it vulnerable to scratches and breakage. The iPad Portfolio provides for safe and luxurious storage of the iPad when not in use. And, when in use, the iPad easily connects to the back of the iPad Portfolio, further protecting it while leaving the screen accessible.
This 100% cashmere shawl in burgundy proves it all. For 40 years Malo has maintained its essential values in the luxury field and in the cult of beauty.
Founded in Florence in 1972, it soon became a leading manufacturer of high-end cashmere knitwear. From the noble materials, unique and valuable garments come to life confirming the rigorous attention placed on quality, tradition, experimentation with new techniques and processes.
The magic starts in the craggy hinterland of Outer Mongolia and with the cashmere goats which are reared and shepherded in the region. Malo’s yarns are created from the highest quality cashmere fibre which is gathered by hand when this indigenous breed of goat sheds its winter coat in the early months of spring.
The cashmere goat produces a double fleece consisting of a coarse outer coat and an undercoat of soft, downy inner hair. The silken hairs are separated out from the coarser outer hair in a time consuming process. The duvet, that smallest portion of hair that blends lightness, elasticity and resistance, becomes the most precious cashmere only after it has been spun and dyed in the Tuscany workshops.
La Portegna´s Dalman weekend bag is inspired by early 19th century Steamer bags. It is made of hand painted canvas and vegetable tanned leather, that will acquire a gorgeous dark patina. The Dalman is limited to 15 hand made pieces per season.
The Maison Martin Margiela key ring is made of real wengé wood, with embossed logo detailing. The keyring hoop is made from solid brass.
Simeon Farrar is a London based designer who trained in Fine Art and has been a painter for the last 10 years. In February 2004 he launched his label of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear. He has won the New Generation Award at London Fashion Week three times and is stocked at prestigious stores worldwide.
This canvas tote bag featuring a white cloud print on a blotchy and dirty cream background, with black leather handles and signature logo sewn on at the top on one side.
Apolis together with Matteo bring you this sharp pocket square cut and stitched in California. Matteo’s signature Italian Linen fabric has subtle hints of indigo within natural cotton tones that play nicely against the red marrow stitched edges. Each piece is stamped with the Apolis logo and production details— nice touch.
Roda´s collections are well known for their luxurious and valuable scarves and ties, all done on selected fabrics and exclusive designs. Founded in 1995 it distinguishes the beauty and sophistication of the Italian style.
Massive, stable but thus elegant shoehorn in a subtly wavy form. Function, material and paint structure of the horn form a perfect impression. Handle with leather loop.
Since centuries hornware has proven itself in daily use. This natural material does not only offer a distinctive appearance but also a variety of positive features. Genuine horn products are safe to use, food safe, free from toxins and tasteless as well as acid-proof and color-fast. These features make horn products the ideal kitchen tool and accessory. Like every other natural material horn is not homogeneous in colour and shape. Therefore each single horn product is unique due to finish and material!
“La Portegna” creates simple products with a cultural, natural, and personal identity.
“Live, love, rock” Patrik Muff proclaims in the introduction to his website. The amulet, the symbol of freedom designed by the enfant terrible of the designer jewellery scene for Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg, is just as provocative: A porcelain pearl surrounded by three shining silver claws.
The exclusive fashion by René Lezard stands for self-confident individuality, clear design and uncompromising quality in materials and finish. The company was founded in 1978 in Schwarzach and is today sold in over 18 countries through selected retail partners. The label embraces traditional values and combines then with an unmistakable flair for modern casualness. Every product reflects the character and authenticity of the brand. “Elegant but not too serious. Exclusive but very cosmopolitan, cultured but never conventional. Extrovert yet always classy…” are the characteristics, which characterise René Lezard’s collections.