Chopard Happy Hearts gets you in the mood for love with a new variation in 18k rose gold and powder pink rosé stone. A sautoir, pendant, earrings, bracelets and rings bear the collection’s signature mobile diamonds. As Caroline Scheufele, co-president, says, “If I were to associate Chopard with an object, it would be a big heart, because there is a family behind it.”
Ahead of Valentine’s Day, Bulgari launches Serpenti in Love, a collection of accessories fashioned with black or red calf leather and enamel. The Serpenti contraire bracelet reimagines the double-snakehead motif as a passionate kiss between a viper and a heart.
Long a favourite design of red-carpet regulars, Harry Winston‘s Winston Cluster is now available adorned with emeralds, sapphires and rubies. The motif, created by the House’s head designer Nevdon Koumrouyan, was inspired by a decorative holly wreath Harry Winston spotted in the 1940s.
If you’re going for a tonal look this season, the vivid, playful Chaumet Jeux de Liens jewellery collection provides the perfect opportunity. Lacquer in the shades of madder red, vibrant orange and tyrian pink pay tribute to its centuries-old Chinese heritage. The range comprises bracelets, pendants, ear studs and a sautoir, all available starting this month.
Stand out from the crowd with this extraordinary parure from Graff, comprising diamonds and a total of 65ct of rubies. Go the whole nine yards by pairing the necklace and earrings with the brand’s Snowfall, Disco Butterfly, Butterfly Motif or BabyGRAFF Trilogy ruby and diamond watches.
The Dior Rose des Vents collection gets a seasonal update. Diamond and pink gold earrings, necklaces, bracelet and ring feature red ceramic lacquer as a bold backdrop for Monsieur Dior’s star and rose lucky charms. To round off the festivities, this same red lacquer has been bestowed on dials of the La Mini D de Dior Rose des Vents and La D de Dior Satine timepieces.