Goossens invites the jewelry designer Isabel Encinias to imagine a theme
A philosophy, a kind of self-evidence, a state of mind rather than a defined style. For this Spring Summer 2017, Patrick Goossens explores the possibilities of a jewel seen through the favorite themes of a home: beautiful natural materials, beveled stones, colors and smoke crystal, the preciousness of metal work, and that special touch as if each creation had already been worn. For the first time, the House of Goossens invited Isabel Encinias to imagine a theme that would revisit the codes of the house, called Half Moon. Inspired by the Sky Mirror of Anish Kapoor and the details of the brutal architecture of Mario Botta (especially that of the Wohnsiedlung in Novazzano, Switzerland), the jewelry designer interprets in her own way the marble and rock crystal in a palette of warm browns. Her bracelets, rings and buckle-clasp pendants translate the idea of continuous movement with an infinite lightness.