Go Big Or Don’t Bother At All. 2019’s New High Jewellery Rules…

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The only way to tackle your high jewellery this year is boldly and brazenly

This year’s most opulent trend? Larger-than-life high jewellery pieces. We’re talking radiant colours, brilliant cuts and considerably sized designs—the bigger the better. Teamed with well-cut, sophisticated daywear, a hefty jewel is the ultimate emblem of finesse and high-style.

Sun Vibrations earrings and necklace in white gold with yellow diamonds and diamonds, Sunlight Escape collection, PIAGET HIGH JEWELLERY Top and skirt, MARNI | Photographed by Rui Faria

Making your most luxurious high jewellery pieces work for you during the day is easy. Layer an explosive emerald necklace over an understated blouse, or simply throw a tanzanite, diamond and lapis cuff bracelet on with a staple trench coat. The key is not to overthink it. Style your high jewellery pieces with the same intent as you would your contemporary jewels.

Blue Emotion earrings, cuff and ring in white gold with tanzanite, diamond, lapis lazuli, turquoise and feather marquetry, Sunlight Escape collection, PIAGET HIGH JEWELLERY Scarf and coat, ALEXANDER MCQUEEN | Photographed by Rui Faria

Asymmetrical shapes implode with colour and sunkissed stones illuminate your daywear. But remember – be bold and brazen, never dainty and demure. Piaget’s Sunlight Escape collection makes for the perfect muse for the trend.

Photographer: Rui Faria (photographed for MOJEH 62) | Stylist: Woo Lee | Models: Nimue Smit at Code Management and Mila Ganame at Next Models Paris | Make-up artist: Yumi Endo at Marie France Paris | Hair stylist: Kazuko Kitaoka at Agence Saint Germain | Manicurist: Philippe Ovak at Marie France Paris | Photography assistant: Dovile Babraviciute | Styling assistants: Michelle Consolli, Grazia Marelli and Claire Zaquine | Casting director: Vincent at V&Y Casting Paris | Brand Manager: Kelly Baldwin/MOJEH Production

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