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We all love a bit of sparkle, so here’s a round up of some the new fine jewellery collections to have recently been unveiled.
Chanel new fine jewellery collection, “Café Society”, pays homage to the 1920s. A trajectory through the different stages of the day, the collection starts with Midnight, captures the spirit of a Morning in Vendome, before finishing on the colours of Sunset.
Victoire de Castellane recently presented “Archi Dior”, a fine jewellery collection consisting of 45 pieces. Inspired by key moments in the luxury fashion house’s history, the collection replicates the draping, folds and designs using precious stones. Revealed in July, the collection has been on show at the Biennale des Antiquaires at the Grand Palais.
Piaget is another luxury brand which showed a collection at the Biennale. To mark its 140 anniversary, the brand unveiled the Extremely Piaget collection consisting of an “Extremely Colourful” set, composed of emeralds, rubies and sapphires as well as an “Extremely Sparkling” set, featuring diamonds galore.
The horse is a central figure in the Hermès world, so it made sense for the house to reference the noble animal. Earlier this week, Pierre Hardy unveiled the new Haute Bijouterie collection he created for Hermès. Divided into three categories - Brides de Gala, Della Cavalleria and Grand Apparat - it draws direct inspiration from the house’s famous silk scarf, the carré, and its equestrian details. The collection is on show at Hermès’ Paris boutique until the 8th November.