Thursday, July 8, 2010
July 17th - July 20th
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Please contact Global Trends Showroom
305.374.6777 ext 203
Other designer booths that will catch your eye:
nikki poulos : Booth 473
Thursday, March 4, 2010
We are preparing goodie bags for Nikki Poulos and Miranda M's, Fashion Group International's Emerging Designers Fashion Show, this Friday, March 12th at 6:00p.m. at 140 NE 39th Street, Miami, FL 33131. Don't miss the show! Please RSVP to FGISF@hotmail.com.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
We are proud to introduce Malili Otoya's
Mopa Mopa Collection!
like gum. Once the resin has been purified, artisans add color to it with mineral powders and mix it well. Then, the resin is put in boiling water once again. Afterwards, it is stretched until it becomes a very delicate film. That film is then attached to the wood and cut in different shapes with a tiny knife that results in the colorful Mopa Mopa pieces.
request high-resolution images, samples, or complete line sheets with prices,
or to schedule your visit at any of our upcoming trade shows.
Malili Otoya's inspiration comes from her artistic sensitivity, innovative personality and stylish eye. Each piece of jewelry is an expression of sophistication, elegance and gracefulness. Her designs have caught the eye of the media as well as of the fashionistas, who describe Malili as a "unique trend-setter in the industry."
Malili studied in the Istituto Europeo di Design di Milán. In 1998 she opened her first boutique in Cali, Colombia. Today, her brand has expanded to other cities in Colombia and the United States, with a total of four boutiques.
She has been able to blend European and Colombian techniques to bring forth her creativity in each piece of jewelry. In addition to silver, bronze and gold, Malili uses natural materials such as the colorful mopa mopa, wood, tagua, fique, macrame, and the delicate technique of filigrana or filigree.
Malili Otoya is committed to helping her community. She is an active member of the MAC foundation in Colombia. One of the projects that she has been involved with is Expoartesania. The project gives work to over 40 women who are heads of the household of Indian tribes such as the Guambiana.
Monday, December 14, 2009
2. It's all here in Black and White.
3. Art 101.
Above: LaLucca ArtBags.
4. Flowers from paradise.
Above: Flower necklace by Carla Bronzini
5. All Covered up.
6. Fucsia and Orange.
8. Pure White
9. Caribbean Turquoise.
10. Geometry break.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
LaLucca presents wearable art pieces in its Spring 2010 Art Bag Collection. This season, two new styles are introduced to the line-the Mini Wendy and the Milla-they are the perfect canvases to show off the latest trends for spring, from 80's rock to feminine florals. Featuring bold colors and designs, Art Bags have an edge that will bring a touch of street style to any look.