Tag Archives: Jewelry

Fresh From Collective 2 Design Fair: Hella Jongerius

In case you missed it (for shame!), this May, at Collective 2, Moss Bureau presented a selective retrospective of the work of Hella JongeriusThe exhibit included studio work, solo exhibitions, commissions and collaborative pieces developed over the artist’s long history and friendship with Moss. The Moss Gallery always carried something of Hella’s.  And now Moss continues the tradition by presenting the pieces on the Moss Bureau site, for sharing, for educating, for pleasing and of course, for sale. 

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The Time is Come, The Day Draweth Near

The Hella Jongerius Exhibit at Collective 2 is finally coming together, and we couldn’t be more excited! Because we’re so good at sneaking peaks for you, here are some previews of what’s to come this weekend. Remember, Collective 2 runs from May 8 through the 11th at Skylight at Moynihan Station, and Hella’s exhibit is a special solo of her work. Be there!

Janine05051218_2Drumroll, curtain, welcome!

Janine05051218A snippet of Hella’s collab work with Vitra. We’re only revealing fragments of the show, appropriately in accordance with the concept of the installation.

Janine05051219_1What’s in the box? If it interesting enough to hold the attention of a bunch of college guys, it’s gotta be worth seeing.

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Janine05051221Murray in his element. That’s the light bulb that goes off when Murray gets a new idea. It’s proportionate to his brilliance.

Janine05051229So close!

 

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It’s Getting Closer!

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Interior Design Fashions a Material ConneXion

Monday morning means yet another exciting day at the Bureau, this time in the company of Interior Design Magazine’s Editor in Chief Cindy Allen and Managing Editor Helene Oberman. The project is an exciting cross-collaboration of fashion,  art and interiors that features Cecile Zu Hohenlohe’s sculptural rings and the latest additions to Material ConneXion’s library. That’s all we can say for now, but look for it in the upcoming edition of Interior Design! Fine, you can have this sneak peak to hold you over until then. Just this once.

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photo 2Photographer Paul Godwin and Interior Design Magazine’s Cindy Allen staging the show.photo 3 (1)Artist at work.

photo 5(L-R) Helene Oberman, Cindy Allen and Paul Godwin contemplating.

 

photo 3The stars of the show.

CROWN JEWELS: CECILE ZU HOHENLOHE’S ROYAL JEWELRY GOES VOGUE

We know you can’t get enough of Cecile’s jewelry, especially after our exciting shoot on Monday.  Or maybe it’s this month’s Vogue cover story featuring Rhianna rocking Cecile’s rings? Wherever you’re seeing her jewelry (hint:  everywhere), Paper Magazine is feeding your need with a feature story about the princess and the inspiration behind her wearable sculptures. Find Cecile Zu Hohenlohe’s Jewelry on the Moss Bureau site here.

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It May not be the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Shoot, but it May Certainly Get Steamy.


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Well, the tea pot may. We wouldn’t recommend drinking hot liquids out of Baccarat crystal.

We’re talking of course, about our exciting Monday morning photo shoot for Moss Bureau’s L’ArcoBaleno online gallery and shop, featuring curated sets from the MossPop store, and the Bureau’s Private Sales and exclusive collection of rare, limited edition and hand crafted pieces.

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Corian makes a great kitchen counter, sure, but a ring? Really?


Yessiree. Fresh for 2012, Moss has a boxful of lovely little rings made in Corian and lined with felt of many colors. Red, orange, blue, purple, yellow, black, green and chartreuse, to be exact. If you’ve ever wanted your hand to just kind of disappear when you’re in a modern kitchen, (and, really, who hasn’t?)
this is your chance. They’re only $65 each so you could get one for each finger. Or for each day of the week. Or some for day, some for night. Or uptown/downtown, Manhattan/Brooklyn. How about one for each failed Republican presidential candidate. Bloss could go on and on. But Bloss won’t.