To do minimalism right, you don’t need nothing. In fact, with nothing, there is no minimalism. The key is putting together just the right somethings to achieve a sleek, simple, and stylish result. Drawing on right angles, smooth surfaces, and an open use of space through minimalism, Orli calls forth the basic elements of Bauhaus architecture. Orli says, “If you’re getting into minimalism, these earrings hit it, period.”
Glass, hemalyke, sterling silver
Orli likes beautiful things, and in this, she suspects that she is not alone. In fact, she suspects that you may agree. After all, form often follows function, but within form, there are multitudinous opportunities to amplify aesthetic appeal. Enter the movements of applied art, an all-encompassing approach to art and creativity that reaches far beyond the fine arts to touch industrial design and everyday objects with aesthetic design. Using fluid draping, clear and strong colors both bright and soft, and Orli’s characteristically deft blending of vintage and modern styling, Aesthete pieces are inspired by four such movements: Bauhaus, Art Neouveau, Art Deco, and Arts and Crafts.