The man who wanted to be a sailor, became an iconic jeweler who generalized the concept jewelry from being extraordinary to extraordinary accessible.
When dinh van got tired after ten years of designing flowers and panthers at Cartier where he started his career, he surprised the jewelry world with the choices he made and managed to establish as common grounds.
His first desire was to create accessible pieces of jewelry for liberated women- no wonder it was around 1969! Dinh van made sure that his jewels were more intended to reveal those who wear them in opposition to those who simply look at them.
With a few best-sellers for collections such as the Chinese Pi or the hand-cuff, dinh van set his reputation with simple and self-sufficient designs. He went on to demystify the exclusivity of a piece of jewelry in mouting silver, gold and diamond pieces on coton threads you could change according to your style.
Dinh Van brought a wave of freshness in the world of jewelry, some jewelry you could spot on a baby or the elderly.