High jewelry collections, between heritage and emotion

High jewelry dazzled Place Vendôme. The big houses have joined the week of haute couture to present their new collections composed of unique pieces. And for this season, heritage is honoured. By heritage understand the history of a house, its founders or heroes, its collections and emblematic flagship jewelry reinterpreted …like at Boucheron, where it has always been a question of nature, the ivy is going to invade the salons. From the first leaves worked in jewelry dating from the 19th century, to today, like this question mark necklace inspired by Frédéric Boucheron’s model dating back to 1881, which required 1060 hours of work to assemble less than 1246 diamonds…We move on from nature to sophistication. Like the souvenir of bows at Chaumet dating back to 1922, told today, through a new story, that of this collection “insolence”, expressing femininity and emotion. From precious jewelry of up to 5 pieces of high jewelry showcasing on the woman’s body, photographed directly on the skin by Karen Collins. At Chanel, it is also a question of bows or more precisely the ribbons and lace. Those that Coco Chanel wanted to work with at her beginning, precisely removing any sophistication just to keep the essentials, and a way to liberate the woman. A collection of high jewelry as a homage composed of 11 sets of jewels, 49 pieces in total. Here we find a lightness, a sensuality and of course the symbols such as the pearls or the camellia. The emblems and the exceptional stones, is really what it’s about. At Dior, Victoire de Castellane who chose to pay homage to the opal, the often unloved stone but with bewitching powers.At de Beers, everything is all or almost all diamond. From a unique raw diamond in its pure state, of the 109-carat piece exposed in the center of the room, to the "1888 Master Diamonds collection" this time composed of exceptional diamonds chosen for their colours and their intensity, going from grey to shining yellow. Similarly, at Chopard, the story starts with a 342 carat diamond, baptised “the Queen of Kalahari”, from a Botswana mine. 54% of this rare and incredible stone is preserved and used by Caroline Scheufele, co-president of Chopard, in an exceptional set composed of 6 pieces of which this magnificent necklace of 50 carats can be arranged in around twenty combinations.Treasures are made eternal by these houses high jewelry ateliers who work on the exception.Music free of rights Bandit & Nikit

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