Kate Moss for Topshop Preview


KATE MOSS will launch a new collection for Topshop in April. The supermodel - who designed for the high-street store between May 2007 and November 2010 - is reportedly already working on the range, which will be sold in 40 countries worldwide and on Topshop.com.
The offering will comprise 40 pieces, spanning womenswear, accessories and footwear, and - as with previous Topshop collaborations - is expected to be inspired by Moss's personal wardrobe.
The collection will be available online and in-store at Topshop, as well as Nordstrom, Nordstrom.com and Net-a-porter.com for the first time from April 30. 
I have several pieces of her previous collections myself and my KM maxi sheer butterfly and crystal dress in addition to the black fringed jacket are my wardrobe favorite pieces till today! This collection is the best one to my opinion and my personal taste and it's hard even to select my top 5 list! This time I will definitely go for the dresses!
Which are your favorite pieces?


'A Jewel Made in Greece' exhibition

The exhibition “A Jewel Made in Greece” held in February 2014 at Technopolis, brought together for about a week most of the greatest modern Greek jewelry artists. The idea and the implementation belongs to the visual designer Mary Samoli. The exhibition has been curated  by the distinguished art historian Iris Kritikou.

In the industrial cultural venue of Technopolis Gazi in Athens, 26 contemporary jewelers, along with seven Greek museums and six famous goldsmiths who pioneered the export of Greek jewelry worldwide united their powers to showcase today's art jewelry, its roots in Greek culture and promote its image overseas.

The exhibition attracted more than 3000 visitors, who all admired and got inspired by the young and more experienced art jewelers who presented their collections with passion proving that creativity and art cannot be defeated by the economic crisis.

For more info and updates on the work of those contemporary jewelers you can visit 'A Jewel Made in Greece' Facebook page here.

Below you will find photos of the exhibition and my 3 favorites designers (plus their Facebook pages), whose jewels are associated with a story or a person connected to my heart!