January 2020: What's New In Jewellery
The night sky has served as muse for the house of Chanel ever since Gabrielle’s first jewellery line, Bijoux de Diamants, in 1932. The Comète collection of earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings revolving around a five-point design has been crafted in white and yellow gold to make sure that you enter 2020 in style.
2/5 De Beers
Thickset rings, featherweight pendants and narrow bangles act as subtle forms of embellishment when loud accessories look out of place. Enter the Enchanted Lotus collection by De Beers.
Taking inspiration from the life cycle of the lotus flower, a symbol of purity and eternity, which opens each dawn and closes at night, this ethereal collection’s multi-wear pieces feature double-sided designs. Set with moody mother-of-pearl, micropavé diamonds and, for the very first time, turquoise, four pieces have been added to Enchanted Lotus for the new year. Layer and stack to add a contemporary edge and a punch of sparkle to your winter wardrobe.
3/5 Van Cleef & Arpels x L’École School of Jewelry Arts
Supported by Van Cleef & Arpels, L’École School of Jewelry Arts recently set up a permanent campus in Hong Kong at K11 Musea. To celebrate, the space is hosting the exhibition Precious Art Deco Objects, which runs until February 9. Masterpieces from the collection of Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan are on display, having travelled to Asia for the very first time. Bejewelled items from the 1920s take pride of place and shine a spotlight on art deco craftsmanship that was championed both in the East and the West.
4/5 Dior Joaillerie
Dior Joaillerie has added a new chapter to its Rose des Vents fine jewellery collection. Called Rose Céleste, each piece from the new line depicts a mother-of-pearl moonset in onyx and, when flipped over, a yellow-gold sun. These celestial lucky charms are as playful as they are wearable. Get yours now.
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Chinese actress Dilraba has been photographed wearing the latest additions to Mikimoto’s signature M collection. The maison’s designers have used the initial ‘M’ to create clean, contemporary silhouettes that support a sophisticated selection of Japanese Akoya cultured pearls.
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