TURNING EVERYTHING INTO GOLD (SLOWLY), INA BEISSNER
Posted on September 23, 2013 by Marco Maggetto
Gold is the new black and thank God periods in jewellery are much more relaxed: so there will be plenty of time for you to enjoy this come back after years and years of platinum and silver, the also called “cold company”. Do we need hot and warmer reflections? Absolutely. Jewellery, small, big, fake or precious, should be gold or gold pleated now. Don’t worry about the change, it will last some years. Jewellery designers, don’t know the rush of lengths or the hysterical changes in the fit, the don’t do jeans basically. That’s why we like jewellery so much, this sort of a separated world where marvelous designers like Ina Beissner suddenly appear. Ina is really young, she was born in 1980 in Lima. Her very first collection debuted in 2010 immediately gaining the attention of press and jewels lovers. Her style is a mix between her Latin American roots and her German part, where she lives and produces. Ina prefers to explore the intriguing terrain of elegance and distinction but she is also conscious of the relevance of body art as the insignia of rock ‘n’ roll. Shine on baby, in autumn too.