If I had my way, I’d wear jewelry, a great pair of heels and flaunt.
Used for the very first time in Radà’s expressive vocabulary, the carnal depth of ruby sets out a strong visual weave. Necklaces with cabochon cuts, some with flat sides, others briolette, like archetypes drawn to fine jewelry. Supported by strips of ribbon, they evoke regal splendor, opulence emerging from the recesses of memory.
The world of insects blooms powerfully, with beetle brooches, scarab pendants, macroscopic dragonflies supported by velvet collarets. Butterflies of Amazonian proportions, with vitreous wings reveal a passion for entomology.
The long, narrow clutch bags bring to mind the Forties: black, sprinkled with crystals and tassels as dense as vines. Or brightened by the glow of the diamond crystals set out like a tiara. Large dragonflies with Art Nouveau style wings fly on the ivory background of the clutch bags. The only male hint is irreverent: tartan with champagne-colored inserts.
The startling insectified collection is now available at ValleyDez. Make your jewelry box bling with these astounded pieces.