TETE A TETE: DELFINA DELETTREZ ON THE JEWELLERY PIECES OF THE FALL/WINTER 2012 SHOW - Kenzine, the Kenzo official blog

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Delfina Delettrez conceived for KENZO some pieces of jewelry for men, for Fall/Winter 2013, playing with the main graphic elements of the show: lightning bolts and clouds.

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Delfina Delettrez first made her mark on the jewelry scene with her eponymous debut collection in 2007. The bold, dreamlike world of her designs caught the eye of Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, who enlisted her for their first KENZO jewelry line for Fall/Winter 2012. 

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The young designer created necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings and other accessories from real orange slices and nut kernels, coated in gold-colored metal and resin. Delfina returned to KENZO to design the Spring/Summer 2013 jewelry collection, an assortment of cufflinks, rings and combs inspired by the jungle theme. For the upcoming season, she also designed jewelry for the KENZO man, with pieces such as her lightning bolt tie-pins. For women, the collection is all about the protective eye, gold and ribbons inspired by India, China and Nepal. 

Our tiger jewelry has arrived.
Sharpen your claws and be the first to get the adorable silver and gold tiger heads rings, the delicate necklace or the colorful pieces that should arrive soon on our eshop!

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We love the jewelry pieces Delfina Delettrez designed for the Spring/Summer 2013 KENZO collection.

All accessories - rings, bracelets, pins - are inspired by the jungle and give a wild touch to your look.

 

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Rome born Delfina Delettrez spent her childhood between the city of her birth and Rio de Janeiro. Delfina is today known for her own idiosyncratic jewelry line, recently collaborating with Kenzo on creating the jewelry for the women's Fall/Winter 2012 collection. She sat down with us to talk about the collection and the inspiration for the dried fruit and nut jewelry pieces.
 

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