Just for the release of their Fall/Winter 2013-2014 pre-collection, Dior has created another revolution with a creation that takes the form of an earring but is actually a full-fledged jewel of its own. It’s a lush slice of sweetness to be worn as a pair or just on one ear, like a little kiss delicately left behind, a unique caress.
A true work of art bringing together artisanship and luxury, from Camille Miceli’s collaboration with the Parisian Haute Couture house, the Mise en Dior invites us into aquatic reverie, perpetuating the generous spirit conveyed by this collection made of curves decorated with voluptuous cascades of pearls. Working on the material was at the heart of these molten glass earrings’ creation. Refined and suspended like two precious raindrops, they attach around the nape of the neck and highlight it with a gracious sensuality.
Camille Miceli describes the creation as a form of praise for simplicity, these surprisingly striking earrings, that hide their glass treasure behind the earlobe, the thickest part going towards the most warm and hidden area of the ear, playing with colors, traditional shapes, and the rebellious notions associated with a piercing. This piece is characterized by its duality, the subtle and intense colors of the molten glass, the roundness of the creation associated with the restraint of its shades of pearl, jade, sapphire, and ruby. Adorned with this cold but generous gem, the Dior woman will no doubt command respect in a typically French style with savoir-faire, elegance, and a seductive game of hide-and-seek.