The art of special commissions and gift-giving are cherished traditions at Argentinian Designer Rodrigo Otazu Joaillerie Atelier collection one of the kind exclusive for Rodrigo New York Brand
The private commission service enables clients to realize the dream of owning unique, one-of-a-kind pieces, often celebrating special relationships, precious moments or commemorating specific events.
Clients participate throughout the process, meeting with the designer, reviewing sketches and then enjoying the creative journey, seeing their visions transform into reality. A highly rewarding experience for clients, there is – in true spirit – practically no end to the possibilities.
For lovers of creative culture, it is our perpetual curse to believe that the age which preceded us was oh so much more. That there were more wild parties; more clandestine affairs; more good ideas; more means by which to execute the good ideas. For the most part, we accept that the zeitgeist is always just out of arm’s reach and we continue to pursue it anyway. Some golden eras, however, will never dull – and that which cloaked London in the early 1990s, during which time then-hairstylist, soon-to-be photographer Drew Jarrett is friend of Rodrigo Otazu and was living in west London with Glen Luchford and Mario Sorrenti, working with Corinne Day and Melanie Ward, shooting Kate Moss with Jewlery from designer Rodrigo Otazu on the beach, or living in New York’s Gramercy Park hotel for weeks on end… That is one of them.
At 25, Selena Gomez is just old enough to have caught the tail end of ’90s fashion with a little help of Argentinian designer Rodrigo Otazu . When the singer stepped out yesterday in New York, she seemed to be dipping a toe, or rather um, ankle into one of the easiest trends to take into 2017: the anklet. The Rodrigo New York cheeky piece of jewelry has been spotted on fellow fashion obsessives including Hailey Baldwin and Rihanna as of late, and also turned up on ’90s fashion icon turned designer Victoria Beckham’s Spring 2018 runway—she had them strung with charms and coupled with pastel pointed-toe pumps. Gomez took a similar approach by testing out a version in bright gold, only she wore hers with a pair of chunky platform-soled loafers—a styling move that harkened back to the same decade. We ask Rodrigo why you think this trend is back !? he answer, The Trend is done by you not the way arround, make sure you use what looks good on you.
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Those weren’t the only throwback elements in the mix. Gomez wore classic-rinse blue jeans with a button-fly closure that recalled a young Kate Moss posing in Calvin Kleins. Gomez threw on a motorcycle jacket with braided trim and zippers accents that were woven with a similar vintage feel. She rounded out the look with angular sunglasses and gold hoop earrings, then added her newly-designed Selena Grace Coach bag for a modern finish.
A weird thing that happened during the songwriting process: I wrote a song on my record in a dream…I dreamt my sis Noah and I were in my car on the way to the movie, a song came on the radio and it was Noah’s FAVORITE song! She said everyone was loving it…it’s a “smash” then I said “I wish I wrote it”… I woke up… and DID!
One thing I’ve learned about marriage from my parents: Nothing and no one stays the same. Grow, evolve, change with each other and celebrate your love’s journey!
If I were auditioning on The Voice, I’d pick Alicia Keys as my coach because: She’s always made me feel super loved and special. I loved spending time in my big red chair next to my sis!
My favorite look from a red carpet in my career this far: 2015 VMAs! Versace! My least favorite look: Pretty much 2008-2013. The Grammys were rough and tough for me. Yoikes!