October 2020: What's New In Jewellery
A luxe collection handcrafted in yellow and rose gold, Ilia’s new Fireworks collection features a breathtaking design of seemingly scattered rubies and diamonds, which incorporate movement and bursts of vibrant colour. Thick chunks of Myanmar jade also take centre stage, making for a beautiful contrast against an explosion of red, gold and white.
Revered by the jewellery industry for its modern twists on classic structures, Forms has unveiled its latest jaw-dropping creation. This sun-kissed pair of oversized earrings are inspired by the humble seashell.
Mounted on lightweight titanium, round brilliant cut diamonds are elegantly assembled in mouthwatering shades of honey and orange.
Both timeless and iconic, much of Graff's jewellery is set with clusters of fluttering butterflies that are brought to life by dazzling pav. diamonds. A signature motif, butterflies also define the design of Graff’s latest collection, Butterfly Silhouette.
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Graceful and understated, the Piaget Rose collection was first introduced in 2012 to pay tribute to an award-winning flower named after founder Yves Piaget. Now, the jeweller offers new additions to its iconic collection, which has been reinterpreted with a more stylish petal design. Set in rose or white gold, brilliant cut diamonds adorn the rings, earrings and necklaces that modernise Piaget Rose for 2020.
Tiffany & Co
Mixed-cut diamonds dominate Tiffany & Co’s latest collection: Tiffany Victoria Vine. Inspired by the patterns found in nature, round brilliant- and marquise-cut diamonds add flickers of light to this vine-shaped line. Choose from necklaces, bracelets, earrings and pendants that all meander with the movement of the wearer.
Add some colour to your autumn style with these hard-to-resist tie-dye-inspired high jewellery pieces by Dior Joaillerie. The brand's latest collection, Tie & Dior, features more than 100 pieces designed by creative genius Victoire de Castellane.
Van Cleef & Arpels
Van Cleef & Arpels has unveiled three new high jewellery pieces that celebrate the maison’s love for emeralds, rubies and diamonds. The Rubis en Sc.ne bracelet is Tatler’s favourite. Inspired by one of Marlene Dietrich’s most beloved jewels, it pays tribute to Van Cleef & Arpel’s Jarreti.re bracelet, which was purchased by the actress and singer in 1937. She famously wore the piece in Alfred Hitchcock’s film Stage Fright (1950).
First introduced in 2019, De Beers’ Horizon collection is set with a playful band of micropave diamonds. Newly launched this year, a Horizon ear cuff, necklace and hoop earrings in rose gold are now also on offer.
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