Natalie Vicenová

She was born in Prague, where she graduated from the Czech-French Jan Neruda Grammar School in Hellichova Street, majoring in Media and Communication Studies at Charles University and a graphic design course at the Scholastika College of Fine Arts. Currently she works as a graphic designer and designs jewelry for MOOYYY.

She works as a graphic designer and designs jewelry for MOOYYY. Elements collection inspired by Vedic learning is the most successful MOOYYY collection so far. She finds inspiration for her designs in natural motives, architecture, fine arts, minimalism and Japanese culture, which is the main motiv of her Origami jewelry collection from autumn 2018.

Natalie Vicenová

ELEMENTS Collection

Elements

According to vedic learning, the celestial forms are pointers of the life journey.

They help us understand the role of karma in a life of individual and they offer us ways how to divert or limit negative incidents. According to the position of the planets at the moment of birth, every person belongs to one of four elements. Natalie Vicenová has created Elements collection for MOOYYY, which is inspired by vedic philosophy and four symbols of elements Earth, Water, Fire and Air, which she later enriched with the fifth element Ether. The result is a design and minimalistic jewelry reflecting the principles of all living and nonliving parts of universe and conceals a mystical charge.

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Origami Collection

Origami

Origami collection presents design jewelry which is inspired by Japanese art of folding paper. It features necklaces, earrings, rings and brooches in two product lines, Noshi and Nami. It is characterized by simple geometry and fine shapes. Playfulness of the jewelry is characterized by sharp angles and simple geometry, it is highlighted by the combination of silver, gold and black rhodium finish.

Noshi product line goes way back to Heian period, where samurai warriors used to exchange origami called „Noshi“ as a talisman bringing luck.

Nami product line refers to a wave as a traditional motive of Japanese art. Raging sea represents life and its hardships as well as strength and courage of those who overcome them.

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