JOYCE Gallery is proud to invite you to its Christmas Pop Up 2015. For this edition, JOYCE has invited 5 different designers showcasing their different crafts and aesthetic:
Noticed by Karl Lagerfeld after his Grand Prix du Festival International de la Mode de Hyères, Anthony joined the Fendi design studio in Rome, where he would work with skins and furs for the next two years.
Since his early days in fashion, Anthony Vaccarello has stood out for a singular look that holds the attention of both professionals and the women who would become and remain his muses, including Lou Doillon, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Anja Rubik and Caroline de Maigret.
After being chosen by Donatella Versace to create a one-off collection for Versus (Fall/Winter 2015),
Anthony Vaccarello was named creative director of the line in January 2015. He takes on the role while continuing to lead the house that bears his name, which after notable success with both press and buyers is growing rapidly, investing in the most prestigious points of sale in France and around the world.
The luxury accessories house Catherine Osti is founded on two core principles. The first is a belief in the collaborative excellence of bringing together the savoir-faire of different Métiers d'Art to create something superior to the sum of their parts. The second, is to offer all women the opportunity to experience first-hand the pleasure of wearing pieces created by the finest craftsmen working in the luxury arena today.
Looking for a way to bring a touch of easy elegance into the lives of women she launched her signature brand of designer cuffs in 2014. Thus finding a niche in the luxury market that, just by snapping on a pair of her cuffs, can elevate a daywear look into something suitable for a night out on the town. But also deftly transform any event ensemble with her unique accessories.
After having studied law and history of art, Fabien Barbera began his career at Christie's Paris in 2002. A year and a half in the 20th century Decorative Arts department later, he decided to open his shop at Marché Paul Bert at the Flea Market.
His love for gold leaf made him buy lots of gilt wood and gilt glass pieces. And in 2009, when he opened his shop in the prestigious Carré Rive Gauche, he also opened a workshop where he restored gilt wood.
Naturally, with launching Barbera brand in 2012, Fabien Barbera found a great opportunity to combine two of his passions: gold leaf and scented candles.
The brand is a coherent blend of chic and perfectionism, with artisanal excellence from the Abruzzi and Paris stylistic expertise. Luxury is his compass which is deeply rooted in a long tradition of artisanal excellence and his destination is very esthetic indeed. His handbags – all the while modern and timeless – are a reformulation today of what classic elegance will always be. The beauty of these handbags is a result of the uncompromising attitude of a fashion label which, in imagining the lines to the choice of stitches, knows all too well that when it comes to luxury, a detail is never a mere detail. Each of these handbags – all the while unique and familiar – represents a rediscovered treasure.
Created by the Paris-based designer Marcella Mairota, sos angeles is an Italian fine jewelry brand. Playing on the theme of guardian angels, the collection symbolizes a first-aid kit, which calls upon one’s guardian angel in times of despair and protects one from harm on a day-to-day basis.
Playful yet deeply symbolic, the sos angeles rescue jewels proposes a single style of pendant, clean-cut designed, in gold or in sterling silver.
Each piece is made in Italy with the highest craftsman and goldsmith setting techniques, ultimately resulting in a delicate yet bold feel.
The sos angeles jewels are exclusive good luck charms, perfect for everybody and for a special loving present.