SHOP Ermou 112a presents Bela Louloudaki, Vally Kontidis and Sarah Spiridou

Yesterday evening at SHOP Ermou 112A Bela Louloudaki, Vally Kontidys and Noqûvy by Sarah Spiridou presented jewelry designs.



With influences from being an architect, the designer Bela Louloudaki presents a collection of simple but striking geometric forms.


The collection of Vally Kontidis is multidimensional, unpredictable, sometimes raucous and sometimes quieter. The metal has always held a special place in her creations for the unlimited and hidden potential, the incredible plasticity, the transformation from a cold to a hot material. The rich color and the color changes from contact with the heat the air. Often used stones because she likes the light, the intensity and joy that add to the plans. In general, the jewels are large in size and consist of diverse elements.



The Noqûvy collection arose from the need of Sarah Spiridou for continued experimentation with different materials, which led to a highly personal style. From primitif tribal art of Africa to the ancient decorative. The materials used are mainly 100% cotton rope and metal (such as copper, bronze, silver, and silver plate), with different combinations of fabrics, leather, wood or non-treated and plexiglass. Cotton ropes are painted by hand with organic indelible dye, and each time in a different color palette.



And at an opening there is something to eat and drink...

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SHOP Ermou 112a presents Bela Louloudaki, Vally Kontidis and Sarah Spiridou SHOP Ermou 112a presents Bela Louloudaki, Vally Kontidis and Sarah Spiridou Reviewed by Patricia Munster on 12:11:00 AM Rating: 5

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