A gorgeous bilingual quarterly French/English jewellery mag from the elegant nation of France, Dreams magazine is a stunningly well-produced look at the world of high-class jewellery, watches and jewellery making.
Featuring the very best designers and jewellers, this high quality magazine shows off the cream of French jewellery with some wonderfully opulent pieces in every issue. It includes interviews with the creators, what is currently fashionable and trendy, awards, looks at specific watches, earrings, necklaces and more, as well as what to buy and the history of French jewellery.
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They say that style and fashion is a universal language, spoken by all people regardless of their origin. We can’t think of anyone who wouldn’t desire the stunning pieces of the jeweller’s art featured in the pages of Dreams magazine – this really shows off the very best talent in the jewellery world. It certainly seems that France is the leading power in the world when it comes to the making of fine jewellery and watches, particularly if you go by the contents of Dreams.
There might be a few blokes out there who don’t quite get the whole jewellery/body adornment thing, and when you get down to it, it does sound a little odd. ‘You are going to make a hole in your body and dangle a piece of shiny metal with some stones mounted in it from it? Why?’ But when you see the way that a carefully chosen, exquisitely produced piece of jewellery can heighten someone’s beauty almost effortlessly, you will understand.
If you think about it, the precious metals used to make jewellery are essentially pointless – they are only valued because of their rarity and shiny-ness – the human body has no need of gold to survive. When these pointless metals are gloriously reshaped and designed into jewellery, however, the reason for their worth becomes clear. NB