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The Messika Vision

A CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY

 

Since its origins, Maison Messika has succeeded in combining the

timelessness of the diamond with a modern touch. Diamond

jewelry in a contemporary style to be worn every day.

 

   
 

 

A FREE & BOLD DESIGNER

 

From its very first collections, the jewels that took shape

in Valérie’s imagination and in the skilled hands of her

artisans, goldsmiths, stone cutters and setters were

exciting and exuberant, revolutionary yet underpinned

with a deep reverence for her legacy, and driven by her

personal passion for the king of gems. Much of

Valérie’s inspiration comes from art, playing with a

Calder sculpture in her father’s office, absorbing

from his collection various details of line, movement,

colour, composition, which have shaped her overall

sense of form and proportion. Inspiration clearly also

comes from street style, imbuing Messika Jewelry with

a dynamic urban beat. She draws inspiration too from

fashion, haute couture, and from the great classical

themes of jewellery history, which are contemporised

and rejuvenated through her vision.

JEWELRY IN MOVEMENT

 

In all her designs Valérie Messika aims to create a sense of volume,

movement, and sensual fluidity. Very important to her is the ergonomic

comfort: “A jewel has to stay in place. Our cuff is made to fit everyone

perfectly. Women should forget they’re wearing expensive jewels; they

must be able to move naturally, walk, dance, run, work.”

 

La vision Messika

 

LIBERTY

 

Each piece is developed around the idea of comfort, to allow freedom

of movement. Messika creates singular pieces that ring the changes

with a suppleness that liberates vitality and energy.

 

 

 

 

            PURITY OF THE DIAMOND

 

 

               From the unconditional purity of the diamond,

               to the clean designs that enhance it, Messika

is always in search of the essential.

 

 

 

SENSUALITY

 

Technical innovation aims to break down the barriers between the

diamond and the body, for sensory contact with each piece. Messika

pays tribute to feminine grace, through fluidity of form and curve of

movement.

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