Swarovski has announced its new loose crystal assortment and semi-finished products for Autumn/Winter 2014/15. Each year Swarovski takes its pioneering role in the crystal industry as seriously as ever, with painstaking research producing cutting-edge innovations for the new season. Below are some of the highlights for Autumn/Winter 2014/15 to watch out for, available now to pre-order from the Stephen Arnold website. Read More
Would you like to give your grande mocha frappuccino with whipped cream and sprinkles the respect it deserves? Take a look at the Starbucks Limited Edition Swarovski PSL 10th Anniversary Mug. This commemorative coffee mug features Swarovski Element crystals and is available exclusively online from the Starbucks website.
The high-end, fashionable drinks vessel features Swarovski Elements article 2058 Xilion Flat Back, arranged in a variety of colours to represent a good old cup of Joe, and that now famous green Starbucks emblem. Read More
Sprout, producers of eco-friendly timepieces, have launched a new line of watches that incorporates ground-breaking crystal technology developed by Swarovski Elements.
The Sprout Advanced Crystal Collection is a unique line of watches that uses Swarovski Elements Advanced Crystal: a new technology that has been in development for the last 10 years, representing a technological and ecological breakthrough in crystal production. Read More
Check out Rocky, Britain’s Best Dressed Dog, on his luxury four-poster Swarovski crystal dog bed worth around £1,600. The jewelled bed features hand-laid Swarovski crystals, leopard-print, solid wood and a mattress topper made from sheepskin – perfect for chasing around a field! Read More
Luxury designer Alexander Amosu has created the world’s most expensive champagne bottle. Called ‘Taste of Diamonds’ it’s valued at £1.2 million per bottle, and is crafted from 18ct solid white gold and a diamond cut Swarovski crystal.
Lucien Elements are producing some serious iPhone bling. Their new signature series of iPhone cases is inlaid with Swarovski Elements to bring style and distinction to the iPhone case market, with no expense spared. And to prove it, you’ll find 2 of their cases featured on MostExpensiveiPhonecase.com. Read More
Football star Lionel Messi has been surprised with a rather lavish $50m portrait of himself made from Swarovski Elements by an artist known as Mr. Bling.
The gift was presented to the Argentinian football star by Colombian artist Mauricio Benitez, aka Mr. Bling. FIFA’s world player of the year for a record four times in a row, looked a little shocked to be ‘surprised’ with the gift, when Benitez turned up at the Intercontinental Hotel, in the city of Medellin, Colombia. Read More
Won’t you buy me a Mercedes-Benz…covered with 300,000 Swarovski crystals, please. Janis Joplin was probably singing about a regular old Mercedes-Benz, maybe even a SL600, but thanks to a company in Japan there are now even greater aspirations to be had.
Japanese car accessory maker D.A.D have managed to, what can only be described as painstakingly apply by hand, 300,000 Swarovski crystals to not one but two Mercedes-Benz SL600s, as shown in the YouTube video below: Read More
Nine of the nominees for this year’s CFDA Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent were tasked by Swarovski to create a collection of one-off items using Swarovski Elements crystals, to be sold to benefit Free Arts NYC – a New York based charity providing under-served children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs. Read More
A Swarovski Facebook competition gives members of the public a chance to win a different piece of jewellery from the collection, as modelled by The Saturdays and presented in a jewellery box signed by the band, each week in a 6 week-long competition. The final week’s prize is a £1,000 shopping spree at Swarovski’s London flagship boutique in Oxford Street, with The Saturdays. Read More