ATELIER SWAROVSKI launches its seventh collection for Autumn / Winter 2010 featuring innovative crystal jewelry and accessories in collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld, Marios Schwab, Holly Fulton, Hariri & Hariri, Kirt Holmes and Stephen Webster.
“As the collections unfold, the diversity of crystal accessory design is illuminated through the immense creativity of the artists who have incorporated new techniques and innovations. It is an honor to work with this talented group of designers for Autumn Winter 2010.”
Nadja Swarovski, Vice President International Communications for Swarovski Crystal Business: “As the collections unfold, the diversity of crystal accessory design is illuminated through the immense creativity of the artists who have incorporated new techniques and innovations. It is an honour to work with this talented group of designers for Autumn Winter 2010.”
Here’s a sneak peek to Karl Lagerfeld collection for ATELIER SWAROVSKI Autumn Winter 2010.
Visionary – Eclectic – Iconic
His distinctive silhouette, with its slim jeans, white shirt and black jacket, is one in a thousand. His gaze, though masked by smoked lenses, instinctively picks up every particle in the current atmosphere. Designer, photographer, and publisher, multi-faceted artist Karl Lagerfeld has built a world where every line is controlled and every detail has meaning. Form this Cartesian spirit has arisen a hyper-modern and structured style at the top of its form. A look and an attitude transcribed through graphic dress codes that have become emblematic signatures.
For AW10 Lagerfeld creates an Atelier Swarovski couture collection of Inca inspired pieces, with glittering crystal serpents, sacred circles and his signature bows which hit the runway during Paris Fashion week. Look out for the sparkling crystal bracelets and brooches, glimpsed through open coat sleeves, worn over shirts and dresses, styled as fastenings and added as details to lacquered leather hair bands.
Stockists include Selfridges London, Maria Luisa and Colette Paris, Harvey Nichols Hong Kong,
Henri Bendel New York, Beams Tokyo, Corso Como Milan and Seoul in addition to selected Swarovski stores.