Is a prestigious collection of jewellery based on motifs of a traditional Chinese story of Princess Turandot.
The collection was created in cooperation with Slovene National Theatre Maribor and the Director of Puccini´s opera Turandot, Fillip Tonon.
The heart of the collection is an offensively egoistical character of the stubborn princess, whereas rich symbolism and unsolvable riddles are transformed into a dramatic and unique jewellery of royal colours by using modern approach of design.
The core of the collection is an interlacement of elements – circle with a square; contrast of colours – black- white; harmony of different shapes – straight lines combined with curved ones; combining materials – leather with pearls and stones, and unique inspirational details connecting the designer´s story.
Designer develops and plays with the idea of cube-like jin-jang, discovering complete contrast of the sacred form of two worlds – Eastern world, where circle has always been a perfection and Western one, where circle in art presents an unstable shape without a solid anchorage. Designer, unconcerned about using a circle or a square, cold-bloodedly combined a circle and a square in her own aesthetic manner. By that, she gained a shape of perfect harmony and balance pointing out an ideal in a chaotic time of social overthrows (in past in present).
Collection Edward by E2RD is a part of cooperation between E2RD Gallery and Clug week In Slovene National Theatre.
An inspiration for it is a personal experience of aesthetical perfection and fluidity of Edward Clug´s performances.
Personal interpretation of Clug´s dance moves dictated a solid designer expression. The design is simple and clean.
Male T-shirt expresses firmness, homogeneity, pureness.
Bags are more playful with unique details.
Nina Simone collection is a prestigious, aesthetically perfective and minimalistic collection, inspired by a legendary jazz singer Nina Simone.
It has been made for Hollywood film studio RLJ Entertainment for the making of the movie Nina (2o16).
Collection is made of two lines – first one is copying the original jewellery of Nina Simone and is shaped out of silver and gold, second line has a more modern design using 3D technology.
Is a collection of E2RD jewellery inspired by the 50s of Dior. E2RD exaggerates with combining feminine pearls with extraordinary and big colourful details made out of different materials such as patterned leather or Swarovski crystals in neon colours.
Motif for collection came out of scanning stores windows and reflecting on their tasteless and unaesthetic signs such as discounts, sales, emptying and cleaning shelves, changing goods … forcing us to consumerism.
The base for the collection CeltiC is an arranged interlace of Celtic motifs. It connects its early features and features of Celtic art, made after the discovery of Greek and Roman art. The collection upgrades the simplicity of reappearing patterns and shapes with accessories made out of leather, animal print and unique ceramics with Celtic patterns, which chaotically entangles the entire line of jewellery and makes it trendy at the same time.
Collection full of sensuality and passion; an exciting fusion of patent leather, Swarovski crystals and fluorescent details.
Motifs for the collection Reflection are broken illusions of society in which I live in. Collection reflects inner perception. On one hand gentle commitment and love for children, family and friends, while on the other hand it portrays bloody sense of time. Rupture.
An exclusive collection of E2RD jewellery made with cooperation with Festival Borštnikovo srečanje. 50 unique pieces are inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Festival and its festive visual image by Nenad Cizl. Collection 50 is designed with a scent of festival´s sensitivity and the rings are its main motif. Three lines of earrings and brooches produced in different techniques (3D print, acrylic glass and brass) are presenting the collection.
Trendy bracelets have become a trademark of E2RD gallery. Always emerging, different every time. Simply the best.