Jewels from Paris Couture Week

Of the hundreds of new jewels launched during Haute Couture Week in Paris, we had a tough job whittling it down to our favourite few.

  • La Nature de Chaumet Offrandes d'été diamond necklace, inspired by the flowing sun-swelled ears of wheat ripe in seeds (POA).
  • Maison Giampiero Bodino Rosa dei Venti necklace set with a 38.08ct mandarin garnet surrounded by red spinels and pink and purple sapphires (POA).
  • Louis Vuitton Blossom high jewellery necklace, set with a luminous 43ct vanadium beryl alongside the milky softness of lavender chalcedony (POA). 
  • This Mellerio dits Meller peacock feather cocktail ring is more than just a ring. The central part is detachable and can be worn as a pendant or brooch (POA).
  • Piaget Sunny Side of Life cuff with a spray of feathers, accompanied by a sunshine-bright yellow sapphire, rays of baguette-cut spessartite garnets and marquise-cut pink sapphires and spinels (POA).
  • Wallace Chan A Heritage in Bloom diamond necklace
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    Hand jewels

    Gaelle Khouri Soft Deconstruction Perpetuity palm bracelet

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