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Beauty and Fire

Beauty and Fire










The Tiffany diamond is a beautiful mixture of beauty and fire that shines brightly in the distance. It catches your eye and you’re unable to look away from its vivid prism of colors. Tiers of rose-cut diamonds and plumes of pear-shaped stones shape elegant earrings undulate with the rhythm of an opulent ballroom dance. Other dramatic drop earrings with green and blue tourmalines embody the ocean’s mysterious depths; and opera-length necklaces of diamonds and sapphires evoke the boundless blue of the horizon. The Tiffany’s diamond heritage includes the rarest diamonds with their color saturation and intensity places them among the world’s most sought-after stones. The collection features pink and green diamonds blossoming in rings and earrings; and Tiffany yellow diamonds revealing all their natural brilliance in jewels that sparkle like sunlight dancing on the water.











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A Secret Garden

Paloma Picasso has designed an enchanting new collection for the luxury house Tiffany  & Co, drawing inspiration from exotic gardens she visited in Morocco, South Africa and Japan. “The garden is a gateway to nature,” Paloma says. “I wanted to create jewellery that captures the pleasure of discovering its infinite beauty and diversity.”

Lush bougainvillea flourishing in warmer climates form the basis for Intricate gold leat motifs on necklace . Paloma has skilfully stylised this motif in a romantic heart shape that has been multiplied and linked together to create an utterly striking feminine piece. Decorated in sparkling diamonds, and finished in 18 carat gold, the leaves displaying an iridescent shimmer at the turn of the head. The gold pendants are set in lustrous lapis, lazuli, and jade.  Ornately handcrafted gold and silver bangles of generous width are best worn stacked on the wrist for a bold style statement.

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Gold Class

Designers and stylists have been paying particular attention to the growing trend of collars as embellishments for some time now. The trend has transformed from a mere garment add-on to  fun accessory in its own right. Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton took it one step further by designing a solid, clean gold Peter Pan collar for the winter 2012 collection. Models sashayed down the Louis Vuitton runway in dresses, coats and blouses that appeared to have been designed with the Peter Pan collar as the common style expression. The aerodynamic, minimalistic approach to the collar, stamped with the iconic LV emblem is essentially the key aspect that gives it versatility to be worn with any attire.

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Louis Vuitton’s exquisite new Boutique

Coinciding with the beginning of Paris Fashion Week, luxe giant Louis Vuitton, opened its first boutique on bien sûr, the Place Vendome. Designed by Peter Marino, the opulent store is flawlessly designed allowing the exquisite creations to be displayed to all by passers with an eye for jewellery.

A brand synonymous with ‘soft’ luxury goods, Louis Vuitton is following Chanel & Bulgari’s lead by expanding the brands image beyond leather wares and fashion and into fine jewellery. Practically art objects in their own right, the valuable jewels, elegant stones, and stylish watches featured in the new collection will blow minds in this majestic setting. Keen to make this only the first, Louis Vuitton is actively looking to open further standalone stores in cities from New York to London to Hong Kong.

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Jewellery with an exotic twist.

Strikingly seductive, Gucci’s new range of silver jewellery includes elegant, sleek pieces with a contemporary feel. Featuring handcrafted bamboo wood ‘stones’ in warm natural tones that adorn and combine with the shiny sterling silver necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets, epitomizing classic design with an exotic twist.

Silver jewellery has existed in Gucci’s heritage since the 1960’s and the purity and quality characteristics of the designs do nothing but declare their expertise in the area.



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Historical Treasures

Van Cleef & Arpels has ended its ‘Set in Style: The Jewellery of Van Cleef & Arpels’ exhibition at the National Design Museum in New York. The exhibition highlighted over 300 pieces of jewellery, watches and fashion items which has influenced the history of design in the 20th century. The exhibition was divided into six themes- Innovation, Transformation, Nature, Exoticism, Fashion, Celebrities- and showcased the brand’s timeless heritage.

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Paspaley, Australia’s most famous South Sea Pearl jewellers, celebrated their 75th anniversary this year with the launch of its first ever Hong Kong boutique (‘1881 Heritage’, in Kowloon) and a stunning new collection, Marquise by Paspaley. Taking inspiration from the old world glamour of the1930s, the era of the company’s birth, the Marquise collection is vintage-inspired and features elegant combinations of blue-hued tanzanite, diamonds and, of course, Paspaley pearls. Says Nicholas Paspaley, Executive Chairman of Paspaley: “We’re immensely proud ofour heritage as pioneers in the South Sea pearling industry and equally proud to mark our 75 year history with this striking collection.

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