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We are still thinking about the memorable debuts from the high jewelry presentations in Paris at the beginning of this month.
In commemoration of the brand’s 160th anniversary, Boucheron gave us “Nature Triomphante,” a collection fashioned after the beauty of the natural world around us. The dreamy collection includes nine rings (each bearing hyper realistic flowers with a gem in the center) as well as four necklaces, and a brooch. While each bloom in the collection is divine, the highlight would have to be the Nuage de Fleurs necklace—a waterfall of pavé-set diamonds and mother-of-pearl hydrangea petals framing a single cushion-cut pink tourmaline.
Bulgari’s high jewelry debut, “Wild Pop,” is a tribute to the big, boisterous, and colorful decade that was the 1980s. Staying true to the house’s tradition of experimentation in its high jewelry collections, “Wild Pop” includes a variety of statement pieces featuring colorful jewels, iconic 1980s symbolism (like the cannabis leaf and a David Bowie-esque lightning bolt), and nods to Andy Warhol’s art. A favorite of the collection is a diamond an onyx necklace, which resembles the keys of a piano.