The Rise of Black and White Jazz
In the 1920s, jazz was on the rise, dominating the music scene. Black music finally had a place, just like "The Great Gadsby" that book, Long Island as luxurious and gorgeous party, the jazz style of the 20s, not only influenced the music scene, but also influenced the entire fashion industry.
The vintage trend of classical idyll
Jean Schlumberger, the master of classicism
By the 1950s, after the end of World War II, people began to miss the classical beauty of their old homes, and the fashion world began to blow the vintage wind - rich and varied materials, bright and pure colors, the abundant life of nature and endless imagination ......
Bauhaus Style Less is More
In the 1970s, as the industrial revolution progressed, the more functional modernism became the mainstream of design style, and the simple and concise minimalism became more and more popular.
In 1974, Elsa Perett, a female designer from Italy whose father was an oil magnate, left home because she couldn't stand the media attention she received in Rome for family reasons, and her family stopped supporting her financially. A central figure in the art salon, Gaudi's architectural lines and Dali's abstract thinking led her to enjoy emphasizing the silhouette of jewelry.
She then went to Japan, fascinated by the mysterious craftsmanship of the East, where she learned the 70-step ancient lacquer technique, which she later used to design the Doughnut bracelet; then she went to China, impressed by the unique Zen mood of the ancient East, where the origin of all life was revealed in the famous "Seed of Life" Bean collection.
Picasso's daughter Paloma Picasso
In 1980, Paloma Picasso showed the talent of her parents, both well-known painters, especially her father Picasso, who is known as the creator of Cubism and a genius of the 20th century. She did not want to follow her parents' path and become a painter, so she chose jewelry, which she had been fascinated by since childhood, as her creative direction and means of expression. At first she found different materials from the flea markets in Paris to make necklaces, which attracted the attention of the fashion world.
The modern industrialized revolution
In 2013, Francesca Amfitheatrof, the designer graduated from St. Martin's and the Royal College of Art in England, with extensive experience working in the fields of fashion, jewelry and artwork, is a designer who perfectly represents the diversity of styles of the 21st century. francesca Amfitheatrof's father's job at Time magazine required them to move to a new country every four years, and her mother worked in the fashion field, serving Valentino and Armani, which gave her a very rich cultural background and taste for fashion growing up.
Francesca Amfitheatrof then launched a high-end collection with natural elements... It's really spontaneous, minimalism followed by nature.
It's really hard to say how the future aesthetic and fashion will change, now people like minimalism and Less is More, easy to wear, but the next decade, will not suddenly become natural high saturation it ~ jewelry century change, can be the designers said.