By  on March 19, 2018

LONDON — “There was a big controversy in my family when we joined the fashion industry in the Eighties. There was the question of whether we are becoming a competitor to our clients,” said Nadja Swarovski during the launch event here for a new book called “Brilliant,” which included an exhibition of Atelier Swarovski pieces and a panel talk with jewelers Stephen Webster and Pippa Small at Mayfair’s Phillips gallery.

“Brilliant” marks the 10-year anniversary of the Atelier Swarovski designer jewelry collaborations and takes a look at its most noteworthy partners including Hubert de Givenchy, who wrote a piece for the book before his death last week. It also examines the science behind the making of crystals and spotlights some of the most innovative pieces that it created along the way.

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