Last Monday I had the pleasure of conversing to and previewing the new Miss Fisher inspired jewellery and accessory range from award winning Costume Designer, Marion Boyce.

Our meet was held at the incredible Labassa Mansion in Caulfield North. A most extravagant and palatial architectural wonder, now mysteriously concealed amongst modern day suburbia. Its setting is rather stark in contrast to its neighbours, yet very much compelling. Such grandness nestled alongside California Bungalows and new townhouse developments. The mansion itself fell into disarray many years ago though its spirit remains firm, having endured economic depression, drought and abandonment. In 1980 the National Trust of Australia acquired it and has since been in good hands as volunteers continue to restore and conserve the home.

From wealth and opulent luxury of one family, to property subdivisions and conversions. Labassa has entertained quite the history, and this was the ideal location for previewing and speaking to Marion Boyce about her newest endeavour.

Marion Boyce is an award winning Costume Designer, her most recent award being for her work on the movie The Dressmaker. She has been working in this industry for many years now, currently costume designing for the Australian series, Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries, of which this collection has spawned from. I have to admit as thrilling and arresting such an opportunity presents, it can be quite intimidating meeting such an accomplished individual. And yet in meeting her she was anything but. Marion makes you feel very much at ease. She is a kind and compassionate soul; very much relatable. Her career and her passion for Costume Design is very much inspiring. And as you can imagine it was difficult not to find yourself deeply immersed in conversation.

As I mentioned above, the Miss Fisher Collection emerged from the hit series. The range is a collaboration between Marion Boyce and the producers, Every Cloud Productions, available exclusively at www.everycloudonlineshop.com. Each collection is very much limited; only a handful of each created.

Once it's gone, it's gone. 

The collection is very much inspired by the 1920's, a period in time that calls to Marion herself. Being an aficionado of history, the 20's were very much a pivotal turning point for society, not only in politics but also for women. The "roaring twenties" saw a dramatic change to women's freedom and fashion. Women were finally allowed to vote and hemlines become shorter. As were adopting more androgynous styles which slowly become the social norm. Clothing during this period was very much opulent and durable. Fashion was not only statement but made to endure. And quality was very much paramount.

Something which is very much reflected in Marion's designs.

Marion proudly states that she does not like to compromise and rightly so. She knows what she likes and what she wants, refusing to settle for anything less, which is a commendable trait in a designer. To have a strong sense of identity and clear direction, this is very much evident in her work. She describes her pieces are being very much wearable now, and in the near future. Having perused them myself I can attest to this. Each piece is clearly well thought out and very much transcendent. There is an air of vintage, of character and of perfection.

When asking Marion what happens to be her favourite piece in her collection, she has trouble naming just one. However she does mention that she is rather drawn to the humble shawl.

A shawl is effortless, you simply drape it over your shoulder and you're ready to go.

When it comes to selecting fabrics for her beloved shawl only the best will do. Fabrics are generally sourced depending on where she finds herself based, be it in Melbourne or Italy. This also greatly influences her designs too, finding inspiration around her. She prefers pieces that have personality, texture and weight as these all influence the way the shawl moves with the wearer. And movement in a shawl is vital because it gives the wearer a sense of elevation and confidence as it dances gracefully about the body. Like her feathered shawls, pieces which were highly coveted back in the 1920's, utterly timeless and currently available in three hues; Smokey Violet, Black Marabou and Smokey Tinkerbell. There truly is such a grace and ethereality in this piece, the feathers are velvety and immediately call you to caress them lovingly. Marion loves to wear these any time of the day, preferring not to reserve them only for evenings. The feathered shawl is a piece she loves pairing with a pair of jeans and simple white t-shirt.

When it comes to the jewellery line, Marion decided to omit the customary Art Deco elements, choosing to create something more unique. Choosing to incorporate versatility and quality; common traits found in pieces dating back to the era.

In the 1920's it wasn't uncommon to find a brooch could easily be used as a pendant, a useful detail Marion also integrated and embraced in her collection. Like the delicate maple style leaf, brooch #12 which can also be used as a pendant.



A lot of inspiration for the jewellery line came from the show itself, like brooch #1. A design influenced by a similar piece the main character, Miss Fisher wore in one of the first episodes. And much like the shawls she wanted the jewellery to also have movement and capture and reflect sources of light. Like the drop earrings (earring #7), which have an uncanny way of radiating light most gracefully by mirroring and magnifying the colours of the wearers own clothing. Marion delights in this play of light most. And best of all they can be worn at any occasion or time of the day.



Another love of Marion's is the beautiful feather design, Brooch #2. Delicate in both nature and design, it magically mimics the way a feather naturally curls and curves, giving the brooch instant movement. Feathers were very much iconic back in the 1920's and remain still very on trend today. They're also quite symbolic and meaningful and have a way of seizing our hearts with nostalgia. Mothers Day fast approaches and I feel like this piece would be such a resplendent gift idea.


My favourite piece in the Miss Fisher Collection has to be the agate beauty pictured above. It's ever so whimsical and charming. This happens to be another favourite of Marion's too. The resplendent agate, a brilliantly contrasting stone against crystals that carouse in light. Incredibly detailed and a wonderful addition to my own wardrobe. The craftsmanship behind this design is beautifully evident; as in all of Marion's work. It was such a delight in being able to converse with such an acclaimed creative, one I don't think I'll ever forget. Her passion for a bygone era, one that will never be repeated, and her dedication for quality is something to be admired.

The Miss Fisher Collection by Marion Boyce is available exclusively online at www.everycloudonlineshop.com (international shipping available). I'd highly recommend you browse through her range, especially with Mothers Day looming. No doubt you'll find an opulent and quality treat. I also think you'll find yourself as smitten with Marion's designs as I am.

-Sxx



[ This has been a sponsored post brought to you by Nuffnang and Labassa Mansion. Words and opinions expressed above are my own ]





Last Monday I had the pleasure of conversing to and previewing the new Miss Fisher inspired jewellery and accessory range from award winning Costume Designer, Marion Boyce.

Our meet was held at the incredible Labassa Mansion in Caulfield North. A most extravagant and palatial architectural wonder, now mysteriously concealed amongst modern day suburbia. Its setting is rather stark in contrast to its neighbours, yet very much compelling. Such grandness nestled alongside California Bungalows and new townhouse developments. The mansion itself fell into disarray many years ago though its spirit remains firm, having endured economic depression, drought and abandonment. In 1980 the National Trust of Australia acquired it and has since been in good hands as volunteers continue to restore and conserve the home.

From wealth and opulent luxury of one family, to property subdivisions and conversions. Labassa has entertained quite the history, and this was the ideal location for previewing and speaking to Marion Boyce about her newest endeavour.

Marion Boyce is an award winning Costume Designer, her most recent award being for her work on the movie The Dressmaker. She has been working in this industry for many years now, currently costume designing for the Australian series, Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries, of which this collection has spawned from. I have to admit as thrilling and arresting such an opportunity presents, it can be quite intimidating meeting such an accomplished individual. And yet in meeting her she was anything but. Marion makes you feel very much at ease. She is a kind and compassionate soul; very much relatable. Her career and her passion for Costume Design is very much inspiring. And as you can imagine it was difficult not to find yourself deeply immersed in conversation.

As I mentioned above, the Miss Fisher Collection emerged from the hit series. The range is a collaboration between Marion Boyce and the producers, Every Cloud Productions, available exclusively at www.everycloudonlineshop.com. Each collection is very much limited; only a handful of each created.

Once it's gone, it's gone. 

The collection is very much inspired by the 1920's, a period in time that calls to Marion herself. Being an aficionado of history, the 20's were very much a pivotal turning point for society, not only in politics but also for women. The "roaring twenties" saw a dramatic change to women's freedom and fashion. Women were finally allowed to vote and hemlines become shorter. As were adopting more androgynous styles which slowly become the social norm. Clothing during this period was very much opulent and durable. Fashion was not only statement but made to endure. And quality was very much paramount.

Something which is very much reflected in Marion's designs.

Marion proudly states that she does not like to compromise and rightly so. She knows what she likes and what she wants, refusing to settle for anything less, which is a commendable trait in a designer. To have a strong sense of identity and clear direction, this is very much evident in her work. She describes her pieces are being very much wearable now, and in the near future. Having perused them myself I can attest to this. Each piece is clearly well thought out and very much transcendent. There is an air of vintage, of character and of perfection.

When asking Marion what happens to be her favourite piece in her collection, she has trouble naming just one. However she does mention that she is rather drawn to the humble shawl.

A shawl is effortless, you simply drape it over your shoulder and you're ready to go.

When it comes to selecting fabrics for her beloved shawl only the best will do. Fabrics are generally sourced depending on where she finds herself based, be it in Melbourne or Italy. This also greatly influences her designs too, finding inspiration around her. She prefers pieces that have personality, texture and weight as these all influence the way the shawl moves with the wearer. And movement in a shawl is vital because it gives the wearer a sense of elevation and confidence as it dances gracefully about the body. Like her feathered shawls, pieces which were highly coveted back in the 1920's, utterly timeless and currently available in three hues; Smokey Violet, Black Marabou and Smokey Tinkerbell. There truly is such a grace and ethereality in this piece, the feathers are velvety and immediately call you to caress them lovingly. Marion loves to wear these any time of the day, preferring not to reserve them only for evenings. The feathered shawl is a piece she loves pairing with a pair of jeans and simple white t-shirt.

When it comes to the jewellery line, Marion decided to omit the customary Art Deco elements, choosing to create something more unique. Choosing to incorporate versatility and quality; common traits found in pieces dating back to the era.

In the 1920's it wasn't uncommon to find a brooch could easily be used as a pendant, a useful detail Marion also integrated and embraced in her collection. Like the delicate maple style leaf, brooch #12 which can also be used as a pendant.



A lot of inspiration for the jewellery line came from the show itself, like brooch #1. A design influenced by a similar piece the main character, Miss Fisher wore in one of the first episodes. And much like the shawls she wanted the jewellery to also have movement and capture and reflect sources of light. Like the drop earrings (earring #7), which have an uncanny way of radiating light most gracefully by mirroring and magnifying the colours of the wearers own clothing. Marion delights in this play of light most. And best of all they can be worn at any occasion or time of the day.



Another love of Marion's is the beautiful feather design, Brooch #2. Delicate in both nature and design, it magically mimics the way a feather naturally curls and curves, giving the brooch instant movement. Feathers were very much iconic back in the 1920's and remain still very on trend today. They're also quite symbolic and meaningful and have a way of seizing our hearts with nostalgia. Mothers Day fast approaches and I feel like this piece would be such a resplendent gift idea.


My favourite piece in the Miss Fisher Collection has to be the agate beauty pictured above. It's ever so whimsical and charming. This happens to be another favourite of Marion's too. The resplendent agate, a brilliantly contrasting stone against crystals that carouse in light. Incredibly detailed and a wonderful addition to my own wardrobe. The craftsmanship behind this design is beautifully evident; as in all of Marion's work. It was such a delight in being able to converse with such an acclaimed creative, one I don't think I'll ever forget. Her passion for a bygone era, one that will never be repeated, and her dedication for quality is something to be admired.

The Miss Fisher Collection by Marion Boyce is available exclusively online at www.everycloudonlineshop.com (international shipping available). I'd highly recommend you browse through her range, especially with Mothers Day looming. No doubt you'll find an opulent and quality treat. I also think you'll find yourself as smitten with Marion's designs as I am.

-Sxx



[ This has been a sponsored post brought to you by Nuffnang and Labassa Mansion. Words and opinions expressed above are my own ]





95 comments

  1. That brooch is beautiful. what a great piece of the collection to have :)

    She seems like a lovely lady and from the sounds of it you had a great chat :)

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  2. What a grand setting to meet with such a talented artist Sonia. I absoultely adore shawls, although, you will probably never see me actually wearing one. As I am not the fashionista in my family, I leave that to my grand-daughter, Tabitha. Guess who her favorite actress is? Audrey Hepburn! As you write of Ms. Boyce and her collection, I immediately think of Ms. Hepburn and her flair for style in clothing and in jewelry.

    I am not overly familiar with Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries but, I am a vintage jewelry collector who is mesmerized by the floating style of Ms. Boyce's pieces. I absolutely adore that agate beauty and would love to add it to my collection. I'll be hopping over to take a peek:)

    Thank you so much for sharing, Sonia...this is another one of my favorite posts:)

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    1. Louise, I'm sure you could rock a shawl like no other! xx

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  3. What a beautiful mansion for such an elegant collection. The brooch looks stunning

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  4. Looks beautiful! Love the collection!
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  5. I like this lovely scarf.

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  6. i love fur is so romantic for me this items are lovely ..
    This winter I buy vintage fur scarf..
    ...smile Sonia
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  7. Is so stunning it takes me to another era love it the brooch is something I love to collect great collection.

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  8. i love fur is so romantic for me this items are lovely ..
    This winter I buy vintage fur scarf..
    ...smile Sonia
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  9. So exciting to meet the designer at this fantastic location. The shawls and the jewellery look so precious!

    Luxessed

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  10. "A most extravagant and palatial architectural wonder, now mysteriously concealed amongst modern day suburbia." <--- one of the most beautiful sentences I think I have ever read! Your writing is amazing. I'm like hanging on every word...!

    The only thing I think I like more is your photography!

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  11. Love the The brooch, it looks stunning.

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  12. Pretty collection! I agree with the other comment, takes me to another era.

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  13. Looks like a beautiful collection and what an amazing setting for the event. Gemma x
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  14. Wow. Such a great opportunity. The setting of the even is so beautiful and simply gorgeous and the work of Marion's is incredible! I love how vintage it is and the piece looks amazing! :)

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  15. thanks so much for the comment on my entry
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    you are amazing.

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  16. Awesome post! I had fun reading this. :)


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  17. Looks like a wonderful collection! I especially like the jewelry. I wish I could visit a show at such a wonderful location!


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  18. That broach is so gorgeous! It is such a pretty collection!

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  19. That broach is so gorgeous! It is such a pretty collection!

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  20. The collection is lovely and so is the location that it was presented in.

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  21. Beautiful photos and such lovely pieces! Great post!
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  22. That brooch is beautiful, I love collecting vintage ones. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. Great pieces for sure.

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  24. How gorgeous is Labassa Mansion?! It's breathtaking. LOVE the collection to, it has a really wonderful look to it! xx

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  25. Wow, what a beautiful collection! I love the feathered shawls and that brooch! She sounds like such an incredible woman. That must have been amazing to meet her. I'll have to visit her site.
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    1. It was such an incredible opportunity indeed. xx

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  26. Elegant collection!
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  27. I agree with the comments above, your writing is amazing! To be totally honest, I'm not much into fashion myself but I thoroughly enjoyed your writing in this post, it kept me interested! You are a real wordsmith, girl! <3

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  28. great collections

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  29. Thanks a lot, dear! I really understand you!

    I never head about this designer, but all photos and collection are amazing :o So luxurious!!!

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  30. Such a beautiful collection, in love with the brooch!
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  31. Stunning location! The brooch is so beautiful!!
    Have a great day,
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  32. Oh I love everything 20s inspired! Interesting that she would wear those shawls all the time with a tshirt :)

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  33. All the things are beautiful and gorgeous dear. The brooch is really special and pretty. Loving your choice of work. Keep it up. Have a wonderful day too.. :)

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  34. really awesome clothing designs! loving the insect brooch <3 the concentrate is supposed to be good for all skin types! mine is sensitive too :)
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  35. How resplendent is that brooch. It appears delicate and exquisite even as it makes for the most dramatic of statements.

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  36. beautiful and what a stunning broach

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  37. look very gorgeous and nice architectures
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  38. such a gorgeous setting & the pieces are so pretty too. I love the grey fur.

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  39. Oh Sonia, the collection is truly gorgeous, fell in love with that brooch. And what an amazing location, the perfect place for the meeting with her, dreamy! xo

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  40. These are all so cute! I absolutely adore the brooch, the colour would really pop out on an outfit. Also, that purple fluffy shoulder thing is adorable.

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  41. Wow, such lovely photos and designs, I love that brooch! Thanks so much for sharing and I hope you're having a great week so far!

    XO,

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  42. I definitely see the 20's inspiration, it looks like a pretty collection!

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  43. Such gorgeous pictures, thanks for sharing this! I think you blog is really nice by the way, let me know if you would like to follow each other!

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  44. wow! really nice!

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  45. Every piece is so exquisite! Beautiful and charming! The setting was so magical

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  46. Man....I can see why that agate piece is a favourite! Just stunning. And so is that shawl.
    I haven't seen The Dressmaker, but from the trailer, I saw the beautiful pieces Kate Winslet wore...Ms. Boyce is an award-winning designer for a reason.:) Thanks for sharing, Sonia.

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  47. It's amazing how you met the designer! I really admire costume designers because they are the ones who really bring a show to life, making a whole world out of nothing. I love the 20's, the fashion at that time was so vibrant and lively. Great post!

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  48. Amazing ! great collection!

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  49. love the experience! and you can see the 1920s influence. lovely!

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  50. Such a stunning location to have met - you've opened my eyes to architecture I had no idea was accessible (or even existed!) in Australia, thanks Sonia! These soft shawls look so special, I'd imagine them to be super soft to the touch.

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  51. What a fabulous collection- its all so retro and feminine. Those lacey shawls are incredible and what a location!

    Rachel xx
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  52. So brautiful collection! very refined and romantic!
    And such location! Great pics!
    xxx
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  53. What a wonderful opportunity to meet the designer! I am obsessed with shawls! Hers are beyond gorge!
    Wishing you a Happy Weekend!!
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  54. This is such a beautifully written post and one of a very talented woman, what an incredible read, Sonia. That brooch, the one of the beetle is stunning, I'm heading over to check the site.

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  55. Lovely location and collection!;)

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  56. These photographs are stunning! Also, that ring! OMG! I love it!

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  57. Lovely Post! Thanks for sharing! I just updated my blog, you should check it out! xx
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  58. Gosh! You seriously make me want to travel! The places you've been going lately, has made me realized that I have no life! LOL!


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  59. Such magical photos - and I love those vintage feel of those pieces!

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  60. Lucky you to have had such a wonderful opportunity, the architecture on that building is so stunning!

    Meme xx

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  61. Wonderful photos ♡

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  62. Wow! That looks beautiful!

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  63. Wow, what beautiful pieces! That brooch is stunning!

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  64. The place looks so gorgeous! And I love the jewellery collection, the brooch is just such a stunning and unique piece to have

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  65. I saw you went to the mansion on your snapchat the other week and I looked it up immediately! Love these pictures Sonia, I will be making a trip there very soon!

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  66. The brooche looks nice.
    The collection seems pretty classy as well.

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  67. what a lovely place. thanks for sharing your photos

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  68. So great a collection. I love like jewellery collection and their idea behind it :D
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  69. Thank your for the heads up on this!! My mom loves this show, what a perfect gift! So glad you posted this.

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  70. Love the details on the building and Marion Boyce collection. ♥ xo - Fashion Phases

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  71. That brooch is gorgeous, I just adore how passionate creative people are and how each person has their own style it really just adds so much beauty to the world!

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  72. Lucky you Sonia! I love the place - it looks so enchanted!! And yes, I love that vintage looking ring on your finger - it goes well with the purplish furry cape (is that called a cape?)! Have a fab week hun :)

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  73. Nice that you makes us to know about this collaboration so fantastic and creative. Also the place is really awesome


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  74. How charming, thank you for sharing Sonia! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose FASHION LINK UP

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  75. Lovely post! I definitely had fun reading this. :)


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  76. What a gorgeous location!!

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  77. What a luxurious meeting, Sonia! Love the beautiful collection too, dear! xoxo

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  78. So beautiful event in so elegant place. Brooch is amazing!!! Kisses from Italy and thank you for your visit,
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  79. That building is to die for!!

    Fab outfit! your hair is just fabulous!!!

    Kisses
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