These whimsical pieces will add spirit to your Eid style
From Bulgari’s Giardini Italiani necklace, which was inspired by sparkling frosts in winter to Dior’s high jewellery collection, which takes inspiration from the many kinds of lace present in the Christian Dior archives, these are the gardenia and lace inspired high jewellery pieces you need to lift your wardrobe.
The Boucheron Bouquet D’ailes necklace is not a jewel, it is a work of art: a masterful assembly of butterfly and dragonfly wings and of peacock feathers. Like a bouquet, these wings come together to form a harmony of shapes, colours and volume which is graceful and light.
An iconic motif inspired by the first jewellery collection designed by Mademoiselle Chanel in 1932, the feather enjoys a prominent place in the brand’s symbolic universe. A metaphor of delicacy and freedom, it gives flight to these ethereal Plume earrings.
The Firmament apollinien necklace from Chaumet offers glory and beauty to its wearer, combining the celestial blue of Burmese sapphires with the opalescent blue of sculpted moonstone. Set in white gold it also features brilliant and marquise-cut diamonds.
The high jewellery collection Dior Dior Dior unveils treasures of virtuosity inspired by haute couture and the many kinds of lace present in Christian Dior’s archives. These earrings are set in yellow and white gold and feature a range of diamonds, Paraiba tourmalines, emeralds, tsavorite garnets, pink sapphires and spessartite garnets.
Celebrating the beauty of winter with swinging leaves encrusted with a sparkling frost of diamond pavé, the Bulgari Giardini Italiani necklace captures the unique magic of nature.
A long-standing symbol of the English countryside, the pheasant inspired an entire collection for jeweller Stephen Webster. These handmade 18-karat yellow gold earrings feature detachable feather-like backings that are set with 1.51-carats of pavé diamonds.
When styling high jewellery in 2018, consider all the rules you’ve so far followed, and then leave them behind.