February 2020: What's New In Jewellery
A far-flung destination and superlative stones inspired Mikimoto’s latest high jewellery range, which celebrates the brand’s longstanding love affair with France’s capital. “Jardin Mystérieux has taken nearly two years to develop,” reveals Asia Pacific managing director, Yasuhiko Hashimoto, “and we’ve taken inspiration from Paris’ beautiful gardens.” Expect clutches of diamonds, coloured gems and pink conch pearls.
Each year, Place Vendôme in Paris welcomes the world’s wealthiest jewellery customers. It has also been Boucheron’s main residence since 1893. To celebrate, the brand has unveiled Paris, vu du 26—a collection that’s influenced by the architecture of Boucheron’s Place Vendôme space which, rather enviably, boasts superb views of the Eiffel Tower.
3/3 Van Cleef & Arpels
Van Cleef & Arpels’ Contes d’Hiver collection’s wintry designs comprise of diamonds set in white gold or platinum. They wrap around the neck, wrist and hands and are inspired by heritage pieces from the maison during the art deco period.
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