FEIDT Showing at: Eclat de Mode-Bijorhca (Cream section) The story: Founded in 2007 by two sisters, Feidt is devoted to small-scale gold jewelry, designed to wear all the time and not locked in a box. Muriel and Nathalie Feidt like to work symbolic motifs such as yin and yang, life tree or butterflies mixed with a subtle dose of religion for a contemporary urban woman.
Rose, white and yellow gold are mixed with diamonds and semiprecious stones. The latest collection references angel wings along with rock ’n’ roll notes. Prices range from 180 to 450 euros (about $240 to $600) at retailers including Galeries Lafayette in Paris and 10 Corso Como in Milan.
NADIA DAFRI Showing at: Eclat de Mode-Bijorhca The story: Nadia Dafri launched her line of textile jewelry in 2009, with a social twist: People enrolled in rehabilitation programs in suburban Paris manufacture the line, sometimes using old fabric stocks to make each piece look different.
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