The traditions and aggressive lines of jewels designed by Diane Kordas, Greek origin and Anglo-Saxon culture.
Diane Kordas explains that she want to create jewelry from simple designs, but with a touch of modern glamor, making each piece unique and rich at the same time. The mix used by designer reflects its objectives: blacks and white and colored diamonds, sapphires and other semi-precious stones, all in a 18-carat gold set, especially in the pink shades.
As it is easy to deduce from its name, Diane is of Greek origin. But, even if occasionally returns to her homeland, she graduated from the Parsons School of Design and began his career in New York, where he resides when is not at his home in London. Her roots emerge, however, in the choice of some icons, such as evil eye bracelets, inspired by folk traditions. Next to forms that resemble myths or superstitions, however, also appear volumes with edges and aggressive lines, as in earcuff or ring of Eclipse collection: in this case the acute angles of the surface are facing the air with the air of an ancient warrior Athenian. Who knows if that was the intent of Diane. Alessia Mongrando