Delfina Delettrez believes that pieces of jewelry are "fragments of eternity," precious items that are passed down from generation to generation indefinitely. But what happens when these fragments are found 1,000 years later? With this question in mind, Delfina set out to create jewelry for the future this season. The collection, titled "Magic Triangle," has an otherworldly element to it: large jewels look like flying saucers, tiny diamonds are arranged in mysterious triangles, and Delfina used topaz for the first time—a stone which she says reminds her of a UFO. The collection also contains a series called "Shark Attack," which uses a new technique of integrating stones directly into precious metals without a traditional setting. The effect looks something eerily like hovering. When we asked Delfina what else she thinks is out there in the universe, she said, "I imagine there's still an unknown virgin world existing there. Something so we different we can't imagine, but only dream." Sound trippy? Take a took at Delfina's Fall/Winter 2013 video, created by Daniel Sannwald, below.