nicholas le moigne: buy 1 get 1000 free
diamond ring by nicolas le moigne
an affordable idea? designer nicolas le moigne from switzerland came up with an idea for luxury items that refers to cheap selling tactics – buy 1, get 3 free – he created a couple of rings with diamonds that multiply or enlarge because of the small mirrors used in the ring design.
le moigne uses mirror to multiply the precious light effects
ironically exaggerating luxury to the extreme
nicolas le moigne (right) and wolfgang köchert (left)
the premise of the passionswege program of this year’s vienna design week is to pair together designers with vienna-based shops and manufacturers to create objects and installations that are site specific and responsive to the local and already present conditions. for this event, nicolas le moigne collaborated with the former imperial and royal jewellers a.e. koechert, that have been creating exquisite jewellery for almost 200 years.
köchert in vienna
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7,000 square meters of carbon fibre and 400 square meters of aluminium honeycomb were used to create the hull.
the blue and white van has had its' interiors completely removed and replaced by a surf-inspired beach hut interior.
in reference to religious symbolism and the cult appeal of streetwear, the shoes allow wearers to literally walk on water.
the event will host an impressive line-up of speakers—mostly women—who will reflect on the following theme: design for purpose.