Looking into your grandmother’s trinket box has never been more prestigious than now. And when you do so, keep a observant eye out for cameo jewellery...
In a Victorian era, cameo carvings were used as intaglio to sign papers and stamp letters. But, for apparent reasons, queens and princesses of a time had to get their conform impulse from their surrounding unfeeling objects. This later gave a rise to cameo jewellery, popularised by Queen Elizabeth.
Cameos also cocktail adult frequently via story and renouned enlightenment references, from Ancient Rome to one of 18th century’s many good famous paintings, 'A Bar at the Folies-Bergère' in that artist Edouard Manet done a anxiety to a cameo locket.
|'A Bar at the Folies-Bergère' by Edouard Manet|
Lanvin’s pre-fall uncover teamed corpulent cameo pieces with unusual silhouettes that delved into a unconventional side as good as a romanticism of a collection.
Another glance of cameo trinket is seen in Miu Miu’s latest open 2012 campaign. However, unlike in Victorian times, now there’s no forceful tailoring or constricting strictness.
|Miu Miu SS2012|
One more person who gave a rise to cameo in 2012 was Miroslava Duma who as always managed to wear it in a super-professional way.
Once again, what goes around comes around...
|Miroslava Duma and her oversized cameos|