Vitaly Teams Up With Iann Dior For 12:12 Collection

Vitaly Teams Up With Iann Dior For 12:12 Collection

Vitaly Teams Up With Iann Dior For 12:12 Collection

Inspired by the singer's spirituality, the collection presents two pieces crafted by the Toronto-based jewelers.

Inspired by the singer's spirituality, the collection presents two pieces crafted by the Toronto-based jewelers.

Text: Trishna Rikhy

Luxury jewelry is woven with the sentimentality of Iann Dior this season, crafted by the fine artisanship of Vitaly.

The Toronto-based jewelry brand’s first ever collaboration is with the chart-topping singer of “Mood,” Iann Dior, the fast-rising star making waves in alt-pop. Shot by Khufu Najee, the collection is woven with sentimentality, inspired by 12:12—the time of Dior’s birth, and a spiritually lucky number—and reflects the floating crystals above Dior, a reminder of the inspiration behind the designs.

Known for their futuristic designs, Vitaly is presenting two pieces in partnership with Iann Dior. The Trinity necklace is a symbol of Dior’s spirituality, a fluid, perfectly balanced trio of chains—the topmost one being a string of pearls—hanging together. Modernity and timelessness go hand-in-hand with the Trinity, reworking a classic neck chain to symbolize something new, an era of transcendence.

The second piece in the Vitaly x Iann Dior collaboration is a classic clasp bracelet featuring blue crystal inlays, dubbed the Forge, representing a chapter of new beginnings. Versatile and dynamic, the bracelet is easily dressed up or down, and can be worn on its own as a statement or paired with other accessories. Both designs in the collaboration are made from 100% recycled surgical grade stainless steel, and are available in gold-plated or polished steel styles.

The Trinity necklace ($110 USD) and the Forge bracelet ($90 USD) are available for purchase online at VitalyDesign.com.

Credits: All images by Khufu Najee

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