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Digital Crystal. Design Museum London and Swarovski collaborated to bejewel the bling world with the “Digital Crystal” exhibition. Deyan Sudjic - Design Museum curator.


Stalker collaboration by Margiela, Swarovski, and deBombourg

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the New York City Ballet has partnered with Swarovski to introduce newly designed costumes with the brand's signature accents.

Swarovski has collaborated with Stuttgart`s Ballet for the first time and provided thousands of crystals for the creation of the lavish costumes of „Das Fräulein von S.“.

In 2007 Swarovski collaborated with J. Michael Riva to provide a crystal curtain backdrop with over 50,000 crystals


Behind the Curtain: A Dancer’s Life Unveiled

New York City Ballet’s collaboration with Swarovski on costumes for George Balanchine’s Symphony in C, Marc Happel stayed true to original color palette adding “a new kind of sparkle, a new kind of flash.” Opening night, male dancers wore black velvet tunics embellished w/jet crystals, and the women, white tutus w/a top layer detailed w/a spray of stones. Jeweled crowns and fanned head dresses, earrings by the former NYCB corps de ballet dancer, jewelry designer, Jamie Wolf. Photo: Nick…

rem koolhaas frames monditalia entrance with swarovski la dolce vita illuminato #biennalearchitettura2014

Swarovski Crystal Mask - Handmade resin mask encrusted with over a thousand glittering Swarovski crystals. To maximise sparkle, each crystal is individually drilled and glued by hand. Wearers are perfectly able to breathe and to view their admirers through tiny holes hidden amongst the crystals. Choose Jade and John's mould or opt for the Js to take a cast of your face and create your very own truly unique mask - pinned by

Swarovski rhinestone rhino faux taxidermy

“The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see nature all ridicule and deformity... and some scarce see nature at all. But to the eyes of the man of imagination, nature is imagination itself.” ― William Blake