Call me Mr.O says designer Rodrigo Otazu. The confluence of luxury and modern jewellery techniques in the Muse collection for the Christmas Collection

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Who is she, the wonderful muse, that offers the inspiration to create unbelievable masterpieces? For my Brand, it is a confident and passionate woman with a hint of sparkle and charm. One of the brand’s most recent innovative collections has been named in her honour: Muse.

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Every collection includes an element of a certain fantasy, either a technical or design secret, and the latest ‘Muse’ collection is no different. One of the most regularly applied and complex approaches is the signature invisible method of setting stones when several are positioned right next to each other, creating the effect of a bejewelled roadway. The process is intricate not only from a technical point of view, but in terms of the resources required. Indeed, to create the right illusion, stones of almost identical clarity, colour saturation and size are required. The more exclusively selected the stone is, the harder the task becomes; only the best jewellery houses can permit themselves to attempt this technique.

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The search for unique – and to some extent even magical and unexpected – technical and design methods to make Mr Otazu Designs is an analogy for the female muse that has the soul of a chameleon: independent and self-assured, she can also be passionate and sensitive. Whether she chooses to put on comfortable trainers or high heels, she never forgets the jewellery that lives and breathes with her wherever she journeys.

“Muse is the continuation of collections that we called ‘illusions’. But the manner in which we have developed our mosaic and the way in which each Muse diamond is made is distinguished by the concept, design and technique,” explains Mr Rodrigo Otazu

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