on 22nd February 2010 | No Comments »
For the second consecutive year, designer David Rockwell has created the Academy Award’s set, evoking “classic but modern glamour” for the 82nd Oscars.
A model and renditions that reveal the stage’s various looks were unveiled February 17 in the lobby of the Kodak Theater.
Crystals, mirrors, lights, and action are the key elements in his design.
on 24th November 2009 | No Comments »
Swarovski, recently unveiled the newly refurbished crystal star that will crown the 2009 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree.
The star is high-tech: it has enhancements such as a new cutting-edge computerized lighting system and energy-efficient LED bulbs.
This is the first year that the Swarovski star, which debuted at the top of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in 2004, will feature dynamic light movement.
To celebrate this holiday season, Moet & Chandon has unveiled a special limited edition Moet Celebration set, limited to just 500 units.
The set comprises of eight individual Champagne flutes and a bottle of Moet Imperial Magnum. Each glass has imperial golden bubbles, marked individually with Swarovski crystal colors.
The designer set was created in conjunction with the renowned Parisian jewelers and engravers La Maison Arthus-Bertrand.
Designed for Bergdorf Goodman, this bejeweled and really amazing Dell Adamo features shining Swarovski Crystal studded sterling silver snake.
on 28th May 2009 | No Comments »
World-renowned inventive eyewear designer, Alain Mikli’s new “Glam” collection encourages eyeglass wearers to dress their eyes with sparkles.
Alain’s signature acetate frames are delicately embedded with Swarovski crystal stones.
The Glam frames are available in an oversized retro “Jackie O” style or a more discrete rectangular style.
on 30th April 2009 | 1 Comment »
If you have ever visited Singapore, maybe you have had the chance to see the beautiful local scenery from the sky between Mount Faber and Sentosa, by hopping on one of the cable-cars provided by Mount Faber Jewel Box.
Well, now the tourist attraction won’t be just the breathtaking views, but rather the 68 glittering cable-car cabins that are planned to be released by the second quarter of 2010.
These are part of a $36 million revamp process that will start this year in August and will replace the existing cable-car system.