For this week’s Brand New, Whitewall reveals some of the best new products available now.
Bvlgari has released a new perfume with nods to the royal gems—Le Gemme Reali. A trilogy of new fragrances for women created by master perfumer Alberto Morillas, the scents join the house’s Haute Parfumerie collection Le Gemme. Bonding the details of high jewelry and fragrance, the three new offerings translates luxurious stones: Nylaia is seen in sapphire blue; Veridia is seen in emerald green; and Rubinia is seen in ruby red.
Known for her kinetic jewelry, Yael Sonia has debuted her newest collection, “Orbital,” at The Couture Show 2018 in Las Vegas. The collection—including rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces—builds upon the jewelry designer’s love for dimensional open-air encasements and colorful gemstones, featuring eight sub-collections: Lunar, Stellar, Cosmic, Meteor, Solar, Eclipse, Zenith, and Polaris. With this new collection, Sonia’s signature designs are elevated with planet-like spheres and diamonds, and for some, flat-surfaced backs and short, fixed necklace cords.
Through Hublot’s collaborative art program, Hublot Loves Art, we’re seeing its newest partnership with artist Shepard Fairey. Available in black and navy blue, the new Big Bang Meca-10 by Fairey features Hublot’s signature transparent style to its gear-driven mechanisms, and features a 10-day power reserve, Fairey’s “STAR GEAR” logo at 3 o’clock, and the brand’s “one click” technology on its wrist strap. To complement, the watch is also presented in a special case containing a signed and numbered print of either Star Gear Collage Red or Star Gear Collage Blue, framed in concrete.
Fendi’s cushion-shaped Momento Fendi Cushion is the house’s newest timepiece for the popular “Momento Fendi” collection. Available in two new sizes, the piece features a stainless-steel bracelet, rose gold-colored central links, and a navy blue dial.
Pierre Hardy has partnered with Parisian jewelry and sunglass brand Hervé Domar Paris for a fun new line of sunglasses, including five new styles: Kim, Fred, Korri, Lee, and Val. Strong in character, each handmade piece is unique with curves, angles, and varying thicknesses, available in varying color variations like burgundy to orange, black to tortoiseshell, and more.
Jura has recently released its latest single malt whisky, Jura 18. Matured for 18 years in American white oak ex-bourbon barrels, the rich whisky is then finished in French red wine Grand Cru Classé barrels. Full-bodied and smoky, the new offering is filled with aromas of Black Forest fruits, toffee, and bitter chocolate.