Especially recommended for an exceptional day. It could be worn alone or with its associated studs.
Ah, luxury! It’s etymological origin sparks emotion: luxia, luxuria, luxus? Lumière, luxure, luxation? To avoid confusion we should choose to concentrate on Matisse’s vision: two paintings, entitled Luxe I and Luxe II, created in Collioure in 1907. Three female nudes on a beach: the first woman is endowed with full breasts similar to the form of the Archétype model, the second woman holding a colourful floral bouquet, and the third and last woman kneels on a veil before the first nude in a rite of mysterious adoration. These two huge canvases, a pair (!) as Matisse was adept at creating, employ various technics to attain a sense of exultation on the canvas. Here is what luxury speaks to us: an evocation of beauty in plural form.
Or normal cuffs with two buttonholes. The double French cuff was invented at the beginning of the 20th century around the same time as the Nabi movement. They were intended to create the impression of more voluminous sleeves, although the true French cuff doesn’t use an inch of extra materiel.