Big things come in little romantic packages, with personalised engravings and diamonds, tucked comfortably into a cushioned box. These are the latest dainty jewellery collections to rule them all:
Chopard has had a long-term relationship with the James Bond franchise. Its latest Happy Hearts Collection was designed in honour of the 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die. Bond Girl Ana de Armas dons a couple of the pieces in the film, her persona itself serving as the inspiration behind the collection. Chopard’s Co-President and Artistic Director Caroline Scheufele describes the Bond Girl as determined and courages, with jewellery to boot designed around iconic hearts.
The next chapter of the brands’ T saga is Tiffany T1, a new imagination of the classic “T” motif featured in its jewellery designs since the 1980s. Tiffany & Co is flaunting everyday jewels in gold and silver, medium and large; giving the wearer an opportunity to match T1 to their personal preferences with ring and cuff bracelet designs.
This collection is very edgy, yet retains a minimalist approach that respects the elegance of Bvlgari. The new B.zero1 ROCK was inspired by the heritage Bvlgari Tubogas Choker with studs, bringing it up to date with stunning ring designs in yellow gold or rose gold, pendants with geometric chains, bangles, an earrings.
The famous Frivole Collection is refreshed with a few new updated designs. At the core of the collection and Van Cleef & Arpels itself as a brand, is nature. Inspiration has long come to Van Cleef & Arpels from precious, delicate flowers. The Frivole Collection continues the tradition with new brooches, rings, earrings and necklaces with intrinsic details right down to the curve of each petal.