21. 1. 2021

English Version | Shopping: Jewels & Watches

by Eduarda Pedro



It is said that the kaleidoscope was already known in the 17th century and that, at the time, a wealthy Frenchman would have bought one of these optical devices, only that he "dyed" it with precious stones and pearls, instead of colored glass. Four centuries later, we also created our interpretation of a kaleidoscope, with silver, white gold and diamonds.

Translated from the original on Vogue Portugal's The Mirror issue, published january 2021.
Full credits and spread on the print issue.