Thought Cabinet Tie and Pocket Square Set
|Tie and Pocket Square Description:||
The Death Head’s Moth Sprawl pattern of this set was fabricated in Boogie Street. Its image on a necktie has become associated with felo-de-se due to the irregular death of Frederic N. Coudurier, a notorious baron of the textile industry. His body was found in the bathroom at one of La Delta’s esteemed beautillions with both his hands and the tie rammed down his throat. Once knotted, the tie feels like a noose for your thoughts.
A sophisticated stick pin designed for showmanship and decorated with an aurum finish. Hanging from the pin is a cercles de fascination that contains excerpts from a larger oil painting by the blind entroponaut-turned-artist Lamont D. Normandeau. Many Samaran sailors swear they can see their mother's eyes staring back at them from the artwork.
|About the Jewellery artist:||
Claudia Lepik is a jewellery artist who is intrigued by how to push boundaries in jewellery with scale and material.
Her specific interest is face and nose jewellery and including more theatrical fashion inspiration in her works gives her the opportunity to investigate the whole body of a wearer and work with chosen materials in dialogue with her body. Taking time for each piece is her way of communicating with her emotions and also her way of including her interest in fashion in her creations.
She is in love with her hands and lets them dictate almost the whole process from sketch to final piece. The main material in her big-scale works is brass which is differently manipulated to create an almost garment-like feel from afar but then close by you can see the stiffness of metal.
Next to creating art and big-scale pieces she is trying to find ways of translating her art details into everyday jewellery.
|Shipped from Tallinn, Estonia|
|Available with or without jewellery|