The current trends in necklaces want them big, important, often used as the only accessory to attract the attention of an outfit (which is a good thing). A trend that enables jewelry designers to unleash their creativity. This is the case of Mica Chemmes, otherwise known as Chemí, versatile artist whose fields include art direction, styling and painting, as well as being co-editor in chief of an online magazine. Constantly in search of the “temps perdu”, Chemí creates Lonval, a brand of jewelry that is inspired to that particular and fascinating historical period, Belle Epoque, and Art Nouveau, the art movement that characterizes it. A meticulous manual work, which lasts for hours, sometimes days, to produce beautiful pieces gently nostalgic and retro-looking, in limited edition, numbered and often unique pieces. A collection that is constantly changing, that is enriched with new pieces, according to the inspiration and the mood of the designer.