30 July 2019

Atmospheres

Some jewelers arrange magnificent displays to present their haute joaillerie collections, occasionally accompanied by ultra-creative floral creations. Spotlight on a few examples during the last Paris Jewelry Week

  • "Le Paris Russe de Chanel" at the Grand Palais, Paris

  • "Le Paris Russe de Chanel" at the Grand Palais

  • Ana Khoury at the Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris

  • Castor Fleuriste at Ana Khoury's presentation

  • Gucci - Hôtel de la Salle, Paris

  • Eric Chauvin for Dauphin's display

  • Messika

  • Boucheron - Display for "Paris, vu du 26"

  • Dior presentation in a secret Parisian mansion

  • Van Cleef and Arpels - Display for the "Roméo & Juliet" collection

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