With a balance of the macabre and the mythical, the pieces in Delfina Delettrez Fendi's collection of jewelry looks like they were picked out of a menacing fairy tale. Titled "Delirium", the collection draws references from the anatomical drawings of Da Vinci and the German doctor Franz Anton Mesmer, who believed in using metals to preform a sort of hypnosis on his patients. That, mixed with what is perhaps an innate creativity from her Fendi blood, results in an aesthetic that lays somewhere between the eyes of Elizabeth Taylor and Tim Burton. Enamel covered frog bodies with human skulls attached at the head are placed on top of rings, and bracelets adorned with Murano glass eyeballs and hand painted day-glo colored lashes stare at you wide-eyed. The collection is cryptic without being too goth, and whimsical without feeling costumey. It's her defined aesthetic that brings character to these hand crafted, precious pieces.