Divine and effortless, Isharya invites you to unleash your inner divinity with their Spring 2013 Goddess collection. Representing a synthesis of past and present, the line showcases current fashion trends, endless style, and historic inspiration.
Sarah Burton weaved an intricate spell at Alexander McQueen for Spring 2013, deploying a bespoke collection of poppy inspired gowns reminiscent of a young Morocco bound Yves Saint Laurent. However, her real high note came in her re-interpretation of the modern beekeeper, with a honeycomb print that wove itself throughout embroidered jackets, tortoise shell accents, and golden honeycomb shoes. “The models’ heads were covered in archly modernist beekeepers’ veils. The clothes they wore refracted a honeycomb motif through a dozen wasp-waisted guises, bound, haltered, and harnessed in a tortoiseshell that could quite equally have been a rich, sweet toffee,” said Tim Blanks of style.com.
A quirky inspiration, the honeycomb motif made its Isharya debut this spring as the center construction for cuffs, bangles, earrings, and a ring. The handcrafted nature of Isharya’s jewelry lends itself to the gold honeycomb silhouette as well as a bee to honey. Light and airy, the motif naturally showcases semi-precious stones suspended in its divine and effortless web of 18k gold plated brass.
The bright blues of Greece and vibrant greens of Majorca are evident in the stone selection— blue lapis and green amazonite— inspired by the ethereal waters of the Mediterranean. Cool and calm, the hues speak a confident ease, showcasing a unique interpretation of the charisma of an ancient goddess.
The collection is a representation ethereal prosperity, as showcased by a Grecian goddess walking barefoot through a golden field of wheat. Isharya Insider tip: Wear your hair in a Grecian braid, letting its tousled locks wave in the wind.
With this scene, we were reminded of Karl Lagerfeld’s barn yard soiree for Chanel in Spring 2010, “a bumper harvest of everything that is chicly tattered, beribboned, and gloriously made about Chanel,” remarked Sarah Mower in her review, the collection spoke of eternal youth, girls in clogs, and straw strewn about everywhere. According to Chanel, wheat is a recurrent theme in Mademoiselle Chanel’s apartment. She made it her lucky charm, like a subtle metaphor for creativity that never ends…
Enjoy the collection, available at Isharya.com now!