The name of the collection recalls the Goth subculture that began in the early 1980s. The design is inspired by the adornments of ancient Egyptians, op-art, yin-yang, punk and fetish aesthetic, all made refined and elegant. The pieces are genderless, geometric, and dramatic. They are defined by the contrast of black and white enamel on solid sterling silver, as a metaphor for embracing life with positivity, accepting its opposite forces as complementary. The black onyx epitomizes the thaumaturgic power to release negativity from a person. It is said that Cleopatra wore it because of its protective properties, apparently feeling negative energy, the stone vibrated, warning her of danger.