André Courrèges Clear Lucite 'Ice Cube' Ring

Condition: Very Good
Price: € 155
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A definitive example of '60s mod, this plexiglass ring represents the ideals that defined architect-fashion designer Andre Courrèges in particular, modernity, minimalism and feminine mystique.

  • Made of clear lucite plexiglass
  • Colored inlay stylized logo “AC” (as André Courrèges)
  • Good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use. Minor scratches throughout.
  • This item has been authenticated by our in-house trained professionals. Courrèges does not endorse or participate in the La Doyenne Vintage's authentication process.
  • Courrèges is a registered trademark of Courrèges. La Doyenne Vintage is neither partnered nor affiliated with Courrèges.
  • Photos are of the actual item in our possession.
  • Purchasing this item continues its narrative and reduces the environmental impact of using new resources. You can be confident that you’re making a better choice for the Planet.
€ 155
Made in France
2 x 2 x 3 cm


André Courrèges, designer and namesake of the brand Courrèges, is perhaps the seminal French designer of the 1960s.

After studying as a civil engineer, Courrèges moved to Paris at the age of 25 and worked with the house of Cristobal Balenciaga for ten years where he trained in design before establishing his own line. Courrèges is most famous for his groundbreaking Space Age collection launched in 1964. Coming from a time when the ladylike style of Jackie Kennedy was the rigueur, Courrèges’ collection featuring metallic fabrics, miniskirts, lacquer gogo boots, and everyday trouser suits was incredibly progressive and futuristic. His geometric and sporty designs may have seemed radical at the time, but they were very much a product of the cultural milieu of the era.