(NEW YORK) The latest project from Atelier Swarovski is a haute one: The 120-year-old bauble line will be introducing their first fine jewelry collection designed in collaboration with Matthew Campbell Laurenza. The collection, which is titled Jeweled Garden, will be a continuation of the designer’s pair-up with Swarovski in 2012. For that project, Laurenza created a collection of Swarovski crystal-studded sculptures that replicated anatomically correct flowers and insects. This time around, the fauna will be wearable art, with sapphires, amethysts, garnets, and topaz, all set in 18-karat gold. The collection, which includes three necklaces, four bracelets, and eight rings, is currently available for purchase exclusively at Bergdorf Goodman, with prices starting at $8,750. Among Atelier Swarovski’s myriad collabs, they recently joined forces with the likes of Maison Martin Margiela, Christopher Kane, and Juan Carlos Obando to artfully combine fashion and crystals.
Atelier Swarovski Enters The Fine Jewelry Realm With Matthew Campbell Laurenza