The accessory du jour of the 1920s flapper girl, fans were a popular motif in Art Deco textiles and objects. The flirty and sophisticated Temple pendant embodies the glamour and energy of the era.
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The capsule collection features 5 pieces inspired by Dominique’s happy place, Santa Fe, and its intersection with the bold beauty of the Art Deco movement. Early 20th century artists and architects in New Mexico drew influence from the awe-inspiring Southwest landscape and Pueblo symbols, as well as the growing popularity of the Art Deco movement. In architecture, this resulted in a mash-up now known as Pueblo Deco – a style that combines Pueblo motifs with the stylized symmetry of Art Deco. Both design styles revel in the beauty and simplicity of geometrical forms as decorative and symbolic motifs.