26 April 2016
For 30 years, Van Cleef & Arpels has been enriching its heritage collection by acquiring exceptional pieces from the past, like this exceptionally beautiful pectoral piece. Characterized by its perfectly symmetrical lines that evoke ribbons set with 673 diamonds, this piece was specially ordered and worn by the Egyptian queen Nazli in 1939 for the wedding of her daughter to Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Crown Prince of Iran. To discover in the Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems exhibition, in Singapore (until August 14th 2016).
At Dior, Victoire de Castellane is particularly fond of applying asymmetry to earrings. With her, a pair of earrings no longer consists of inseparable twins.
The first book of Marie-Hélène de taillac provides a taste of her world, with iconic photos of her designs and texts by some of her friends.
At nearly 100, Iris Apfel has dreamed up a jewelry collection with porcelain specialist Bernardaud. In terms of style, age doesn’t count!
The Italian jeweler Fabio Salini wants to make work the imagination to approach jewelry otherwise.
The new ring has a rectangular silhouette. Highly architected, it consists of a large octagonal plate occupied by a citrine, an emerald or a sapphire.
The Galeries Lafayette group has become the majority shareholder of Mauboussin, the jeweler transformed into an affordable jewelry brand in the 2000s.